Thursday, November 26, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving!


We're having technical difficulties again, with Google refusing our attempts to upload the new Thanksgiving doodle we want to share today. But, instead of continuing to fight with Google on Thanksgiving morning, we're going into our archives to reshare the Thanksgiving doodle we shared in 2018. It stars my angel Rosie, a guest of a turkey, and a giant Santa float from a parade that looks very different this year thanks to a certain pandemic.

Again, to our friends in the USA, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

To our friends in the rest of the world, HAPPY THURSDAY!

Wishing you all many blessings and lots of festive fun this time of the year!

On this day of thanks, and on every day of the year, we truly have so much for which to be grateful. We are grateful for our family, those still with us and those who watch over us. We are also grateful for our health, for the roof over our heads, and for the food on our table. We are grateful for this beautiful, festive season, even if it does look a bit different this year.

We are also beyond thankful for this wonderful community of friends. Without all of you, we would be lost. Thank you for helping give us so much for which to be thankful, friends! Wishing you all many blessings, today and every day!


We usually share our poem for Angel Sammy's Thoroughly Poetic Thursday challenge on of course Thursdays, but this week we're going to share it on Saturday. That post will include our first Christmas poem and first new Christmas doodle of 2020. 


We didn't forget about tomorrow's Friendly Fill-Ins challenge. We'll share the fill-in statements below. Ellen of 15andmeowing crafted up the first two, and I came up with the second two.

1. Why is _________ so expensive?

2. On holidays, I always have a second serving of _________.

3. I'm eternally grateful for _________.

4. 'Tis the season for _________.

Tip of the Day

Surely I'm not the only one who always feasts on the classic green bean casserole for the holidays? If green bean casserole is on your Thanksgiving table, keep in mind what all ingredients are used to make it before you let your furbaby try some. A lot of green bean casseroles involve potentially dangerous ingredients, especially after you add the classic mushroom soup and onions on top. The onions themselves are of course a hazard, as are added sodium and other ingredients that sneak their way in there. For this reason, it is likely best to hold off on sharing green bean casserole with your kitty or pup. That being said, though, if you have plain green beans to serve, those can make a great and nutritious treat for that furbaby in your life!


meowmeowmans said...

Happy Thanksgiving, dear friends. We're so thankful for you!

Catscue said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Green bean casserole, yum!

Lola The Rescued Cat said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Eastside Cats said...

Happy Thanksgiving!
I earned my Girl Scout Cooking badge by making green bean casserole, and tuna-noodle casserole, which my family nicknamed, "Vicky Glop".

Timmy Tomcat said...

Happy Thanksgiving friends. Purrs from us all

The Island Cats said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!

Melissa, Mudpie and Angel Truffles (Mochas, Mysteries and Meows) said...

Happy Thanksgiving, cuties!

Sweet Purrfections said...

Wishing a special Thanksgiving filled with hope, health, and happiness during these stressful times.

Truffle, Brulee, and Mom Paula

pilch92 said...

Cute drawing, I like Santa in the background. Sorry Google is giving you grief. Happy Thanksgiving! XO

Cathy Keisha said...

Happy Turkey Day! Stay safe!
If you FB message us, maybe we can help with your Blogger problem.

messymimi said...

Hope you and your family all had a wonderful Happy Thanksgiving!