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    I need a nap

    Well dinners over and LOML out did herself again. The pie will have to wait a bit, I am too full to enjoy it right now. Got Pumpkin and Pecan pie. Might have to have a small slice of each.
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    a 'small' slice don? i just got up from my nap, and took the wife to church. now it's a hard decision, nap some more, or a bit of ice cream....
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    I ran out at 7:00am to get some vanilla ice cream (for the blackberry pie I made) and Whipped cream (for the butternut squash pie I made).

    Still haven't had a slice yet, but I'm getting ready....

    See Dave Hawksford thread on the spread! http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...ad.php?t=21387

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    Totally stuffed

    Apple pie with a nice hunk of cheddar cheese, pumpkin pie,3 helpings of stuffing. Lots of white meat. Creamed onions, squash, potatoes, green bean casserole.

    Maybe enough room for a small turkey sandwich
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    Darn, the Creamed onions would have gone well with the beef roast. Oh well, there's always another holiday around the corner!

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    Sicker than a dog, mac and cheese is all that stayed down. Glad you all had a good time, I finally feel somewhat human right now.
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    Passed it on. Hands too weak to hold the electric knife, Showed my son how to carve another wonderful Bird from LOML. He did well and we ate well as well... Well, I guess it was a great Holiday

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    After the Thanksgiving feast!
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    Ahhh, just woke up on the recliner to something completely different on tv than when I sat down...

    Nice............


    And now time for bed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    I ran out at 7:00am to get some vanilla ice cream (for the blackberry pie I made) and Whipped cream (for the butternut squash pie I made).

    Still haven't had a slice yet, but I'm getting ready....

    See Dave Hawksford thread on the spread! http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...ad.php?t=21387
    if you made all the pies and stuff here what did you have sharon do???? i thought women were hired for the cooking and cleaning and then we just set around and nap while they clean up (run real fast hide behind big tree and hope shoron doesnt see me)
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