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Wishing all my rfp folk a Happy Thanksgiving.

Whether you celebrate the day with a crowd or
alone, I hope you each of you has something
to be thankful for.

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On 11/26/2014 2:54 PM, gloria p wrote:


Wishing all my rfp folk a Happy Thanksgiving.

Whether you celebrate the day with a crowd or
alone, I hope you each of you has something
to be thankful for.

gloria p

We wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving. We are getting together at
our eldest grandson's home on Saturday, he works on T-Day and Friday so
we celebrate on Saturday. He is cooking the turkey and the dressing, the
rest of us are bringing good stuff to add on including the ham I will be
baking Saturday morning. Miz Anne is bringing two lemon meringue pies,
the ones the grands and greats love enough to eat them all. Tilly will
stay home but we will bring her some goodies that evening.

Yesterday and today we have been putting together some garage cabinets I
bought online on sale, very much need the storage space and they turned
out cheaper than trying to make them myself. Even cheaper than Lowe's I
found out before I ordered and free shipping. It is a struggle for us to
handle stuff that heavy but we're slowly getting it done. I might have
to end up putting in a small overhead crane in the garage since my heavy
lifting days are long gone. Tilly acts as though she wants to help but
she has no hands and only weighs nineteen lbs. G

Have a happy holiday.]

George, Miz Anne, and Tilly Dawg
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gloria p wrote:


Wishing all my rfp folk a Happy Thanksgiving.

Whether you celebrate the day with a crowd or
alone, I hope you each of you has something
to be thankful for.


thank you! you too! all around...


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In article , gloria p
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Wishing all my rfp folk a Happy Thanksgiving.

Whether you celebrate the day with a crowd or
alone, I hope you each of you has something
to be thankful for.


We celebrate Thanksgiving earlier here than you do, but Canadian
Christmas is well underway!

;-)

djb

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