Thanksgiving Round Up

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Thanksgiving is in two weeks! My advice? Read THIS, and enjoy every day of the next two weeks. Don’t get lost in the hurry. Store up Moments. Keep things simple. I’ve begun a collection of Thanksgiving inspiration on PINTEREST that you’re welcome to browse if you’re looking for ideas. Here you’ll find a few of my favorites pins:

//style Keep Fall on the Wall | Garland of Grace Blog. A beautiful garland of Autumn is the perfect decor for your Thanksgiving gathering. It’s simple, easy, cheap, and gorgeous.

//sing Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing | art by Little Flock Designs. Beautiful rendition by Sarah Noelle HERE.

//cook Parsnip Gratin with Gruyere and Thyme | Feasting at Home Blog. We loved this spin on a long time favorite comfort food. While I am a firm believer in the timeless goodness of mashed potatoes, a side of this deliciousness would be a welcome addition to the menu.

//make Air-Dry Clay Ornaments | Creature Comforts Blog. The turkey crafts are all well and good, but I love to make things that are going to last and can be enjoyed for more than a day. That’s why I thought making a Christmas ornament with the kids or your family would be a fun craft to enjoy together, especially since most people start decorating the tree the next day.

//bake Dreamy Apple Pie | By @annapolisandco on Casey Wiegand’s Blog. Beautiful photos and a delicious recipe waiting to be enjoyed.

//read Praise and Thanksgiving Prayer | The Valley of Vision. I love using the Valley of Vision, a collection of Puritan prayers, as a way to fellowship with saints that have gone before through the written word and prayer. The praise and Thanksgiving prayer on page 26 would be a very appropriate reading/meditation around the dinner table. {Apple background via Pinterest. Text by me.}

//give Leftovers Printable | Pizzazzerie Blog. I’m a sucker for presentation, and this Thanksgiving doggy bag idea totally won me over. Snag a free printable and send home some leftover goodness with guests in a festive way. Or use another printable {there are several to choose from} to pass portions out to your neighbors and those in need!

 

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