Some Pictures

We had a wonderful Thanksgiving: the day passed quickly with projects and Anna and Mary decorated the house for Christmas. Late afternoon, we ate a traditional dinner, and then we had a special time in God’s Word together.

We have so much to be grateful for–it is truly amazing how much the Lord Jesus has blessed each one of us with. May we express our gratefulness to HIM and to those we are around on a day-to-day basis.

Blessings,
Sarah
P.S. – Thank you for continuing to pray for the book project–the Lord is really blessing!

Joseph and John surprised us with a ham this year, and I think the general consensus was ham is way better than turkey! The boys also spruced up the ham, using an injector.
Decorating the mantle.
Cutting the ham.
Workin' on gravy.
The stuffing guy!
Brother Time

“Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise:
be thankful unto him, and bless his name” (Psalms 100:4).

13 thoughts on “Some Pictures”

  1. Thank you for sharing pictures of your special day. I enjoyed all the pictures of warm smiles and sweet family fellowship. I have been visiting your blog for a few weeks now, and have been encouraged and inspired by it!

  2. I think it’s great that the young men of the house did the cooking! They really seemed to be enjoying it. =)

  3. Glad you had a blessed Thanksgiving! How exciting to put up your Christmas decorations! Lord willing, we’re going to do ours soon.

    God bless you in your projects! Rebecca K.

  4. Happy Thaksgiving and a wonderful beginning to the holiday season. It is a joy to see the boys cooking and their smiles say they are having a good time doing it.

    We had a great surprise today when my oldest son, in NYC, showed up to surprise me. His brother knew he was coming but they kept it secret from me. I am very Thankful to spend the next few days with both my children.

    Blessings, Mrs. Mari
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    How wonderful, Mrs. Mari. I’m thrilled for you.
    Sarah
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  5. I agree with the previous poster — that’s awesome that the men were working in the kitchen and enjoying it! What fun! I’m curious — what does one inject a ham with?
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    A mixture of honey and I’m not sure what else :-). Maybe butter?!
    Sarah
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  6. I never knew you put lights on your bunkbed…so cool.

    I agree with victoria it is nice to see the men do some cooking also.

  7. So glad you all had a nice Thanksgiving. πŸ™‚ Enjoyed the pictures of the guys preparing food! What “well-rounded” young men with many talents!
    Blessings from Georgia, Patti M. πŸ™‚

  8. I would love to see some of those Christmas decorations. I am always looking for new ways to add a little more to ours. The holidays are wonderful. They just make me smile. Enjoy your day.

  9. I have been greatly enjoying following your blog. I had to miss Thanksgiving this year as I have been traveling in the Middle East since August and will return to the United States sometime after Christmas. It warms my heart to read of your family’s celebration. Best wishes for the holiday season!

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