Patsy M. Henry's Blog – February 2012 Archive (2)

Thanksgiving in February

Hi Everyone:

We had our 'mini' Thanksgiving in February over the weekend.  My husband has 6 siblings, and they all have their own families that they spend the Thanksgiving holiday with.  My sister-in-law, Cara, started a tradition several years ago.  She felf that it was important for the siblings to have time together.  So, she prepares the traditional Thanksgiving meal, and brings it to my home in Febrary.  All the siblings that are available come and spend the weekend.  This gives…

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Added by Patsy M. Henry on February 27, 2012 at 1:52pm — No Comments

Company's Coming

We're having company next week end, so I started cleaning today.  You know, the kind of things I don't do every week: cleaning windows, moving  and sweeping furniture, wiping kitchen cabinets.  I'll try to do a project or 2 each day and hopefully I'll be finished by the time our guest arrive. 

The guest are family that we don't see but a couple of times a year.  We call this time together "Thanksgiving in February".  We have the traditional turkey, dressing, and all that goes with…

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Added by Patsy M. Henry on February 16, 2012 at 4:58pm — No Comments

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