Nicholas made these rabbit traps all by himself with hand tools.
Rick only gave him a little advice.
The table is set.
We have our Spode china out.
The turkey breasts are ready to go in the oven.
The kitchen is ready to go.
Even the electric knife is out for the turkey.
The potatoes are pared.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my family, friends and blogger friends. Maybe your holiday be just as special as you.
Since we moved the couch out of the living room, the rug we had just wasn't big enough and these chairs were scratching the hardwoods.
Hud suggested we look on-line. First he went to Pottery Barn. After his heart started beating again (when he saw the prices) he said let's check Home Depot. This was about the 3rd carpet I looked at and I loved it. It got great reviews and I ordered it online (free shipping).
We were not disappointed when it arrived. It's beautiful and it has so many colors it goes with everything. It will also hide any spills the grandchildren might have. That's always a good choice.
I got this little tree from a catalog the company sent me. I'm going to use it as my centerpiece on the Thanksgiving table. Everyone will write on little tags what they are thankful for and we'll tie them to the tree. I'll take a picture when the table is all set so that you can see how it turns out.