Nope, no turkey, I'm not sure what we're going to do yet. My husband is the cook (although I make a mean Stoffers and can chop and steam vegetables expertly!!), but he's been feeling worse lately, so we'll see. Listen, please forgive me, I don't know you well enough to joke about your comment of 'not dead yet'. I hope you're not ill.
Oh, and thank you, too, for your sweet words of missing my 'happy disposition'. I'm glad (and amazed) I come across that way. You're not alone in fighting the depression the holiday's can bring. We'll get through it. Hugs
Hey MJ! It's always great seeing a bunch of posts from you. You have such a warm and understanding way about you. You're very helpful. I am actually doing pretty well right this very minute...which is saying a lot! We will be staying home this Thanksgiving...and every yr after come to think of it. I so miss my Mom's cooking. "Not dead yet" lol, sounds like something I would say. I hope the holidays won't be too hard on you. Thanks so much for keeping in touch. Be well, my friend. xo
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