Day 110 in my turkey-trot toward magical Mickey
Happy Thanksgiving, dear readers! May we be truly thankful for all of God’s bounty. God is good all the time, all the time God is good!
If you find yourself alone and/or heartbroken this Thanksgiving, then I pray that the Holy Spirit himself be there to wrap you in love, to let you know you are never truly alone. He is ever faithful and holds you near and dear.
My plan for today is to enjoy my Thanksgiving day and dinner with Mike, Jake and Eliza. I’ve taken out the sugar and some of the fat from my favorite recipes. Now I will start with reasonable portions, eat slowly while enjoying the company, and I will stop eating before I am uncomfortable. After all, it’s not about how much I can stuff in, as much as it is about tasting a bit of everything.
Here’s the final menu:
- mashed potatoes
- mashed rutabaga
- cranberry sauce
- a rosemary carrot dish
- a Brussel sprout, cauliflower, chick pea dish
- challah bread
- custard pie
Whew! It will be a feast for sure. We are cutting the candied yams and the gravy out for this year. But with all that bounty, it does not seem like a sacrifice at all.
May God bless and keep you, gentle readers. Meet you at the Kingdom!