159. That is how many pictures I took over the past 6 days.
70. That is how many pictures I had left in my Thanksgiving folder after tossing out the less-than-stellar snaps.
25. That is how many pictures I uploaded to share in today’s post.
You guys, I have a picture problem. I know I tend to post way too many pictures, but I’m not quite sure how to cut back, especially when the latest batch covers a few of my most favorite days each year, Thanksgiving! So I’m going to take a play from Janae’s book and recap our whirlwind family-filled tour of Georgia and South Carolina in a sentence per picture style.
Sorry mom, I think over half of those window squishies ended up in my car.
Teaching the kids important life lessons… like how to bake pumpkin pie.
My Nannie’s homemade soup makes mouths happy.
Note to self: ask Nannie for her biscuit recipe.
Stopped by to help Dad with the carving: one on the plate, one bite in the mouth, repeat.
The girls are big enough to warrant a legit kids’ table; how?!
Dear Aunt Cynde’s, please package and sell those collards!
Trying to squash that baby fever but my sweet niece only seemed to fan the flames.
Happy Thanksgiving from the fammmmilyyyy.
Hunting Christmas trees.
Thanks Nana for letting us completely drain your cookie decorating supplies.
So much love; Kaitlyn (2), Hailey (5), Grandma Betty (96).
Mema sure knows how to set a table.
Turkey dinner number two? Don’t mind if I do!
On my “must make” list for next year; gobble gobble!
Note to self: my game face is not as intimidating as I might think.
The great cornbread bake off challenge of 2016.
I used Sally’s Baking Addiction’s recipe, but with a plate like that I think we all won!
If you look closely you can see the mountain fires; praying for rain.
Who wants s’more?
A toddler’s thumbs up.
Ooey gooey bliss.
Picking on Grandpa.
Grandpa teaching us pickleball newbies how it’s done.
Officially entering the Christmas season, thanks to Mema’s cozy den.
And now, let the craziness of the Christmas season officially begin!
Now share with me—
your Thanksgiving (or weekend!) in just one sentence… go! 🙂