The second photo from top are of a few of the decorations at my sister Sara’s house. She and her husband Larry invited us over for the traditional “Meatless Thursday” meal. Linda and I didn’t go away hungry.
From Joe Todd, Linda, Teddy Bears and the Snowmen--- Happy Holidays--
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Hi Joe, I love all of your Christmas babies... I posted some of ours today also. Beautiful Christmas pictures...
Now--explain what and why is Meatless Thursday??? I have heard of Catholics not eating meat on Fridays--but have never heard of Meatless Thursdays.
Got snow??? We got a tiny bit during the night --but it's gone now.
Joe? Joe's sister? The pictures are adorable, but where's the meatless Thursday menu? ;>)
I like the stuffed animals in front of the Christmas tree; the outside decorations are pretty too.
i always like the carrot nose
A smile from SJ =)
I love all the Christmas decorations. My favorites are those cute little snowmen. I want to hear the menu too.
love the collages---they are very good and interesting too. Love the snowbabies too. MB
Ok I'll confess I'm "pulling my sisters leg" Being the "good brother" that I am I couldn't let this pass. Sara made a chicken and rice casserole the other night and invited us over for dinner, but forgot to put the chicken in. Hence meatless. Actually the pre-cooked chicken was in a seperate pkg. still in the refrigerator.Sara being the excellent cook that she is served a delicious meal.The casserole was just fine without the chicken. I was just thinking this would be a good tradition to start. So for next year Linda and I will be cooking for our "Meatless Thursday" the week prior to Christmas. So, as Paul Harvey always said, "And now you know the rest of the story."
I really appreciate your kindness in describing my meatless meal. I've had many laughs over this. Well, if you think that was something, wait until Christmas dinner!!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas ;)
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