When you fetch your boxes out of storage to get ready for the move, and you discover they have been decimated by rats, what do you do? These are not just any boxes. They are the unique ones that your glass dishes came in, or your Bosch Universal Mixer, or your stereo system. With all the padding included. The ones designed specially to keep your stuff from breaking.
So moving on to thanksgiving topics. First of all, we are very thankful that Daddy is back, and Grandpa and Grandma are back, and my cousins are back - they were all gone up north at the same time!
And that means I get to eat real food again. Cuz while everyone was gone, Mommy fed me meals that looked like this on my kiddy table in the kitchen, instead of putting me in my high chair with a nice square meal. See if you can figure it out...
Yes, that is, clockwise from upper left, mango, green beans, grapes, potato chips, banana muffins, and cabbage. We are all into square meals here... The potato chips were pretty good, though.
So moving on - we have been keeping a thankful list on our sidebar, and I thought we'd post it here today.
- Nine NEW baby bunnies.
- Family all safe
- Cardboard boxes
- Noah's Ark
- Frangipani blossoms
- My cheerleader outfit
- Mommy's bunny slippers
- Ms. Cathrine & Ms. Precious
- The stickiness from melting vanilla ice cream cones
- Christmas music
- Ripe mangoes straight off our trees and icy cold watermelon
- Air conditioners
- Indian food
- Bangles and bracelets and watches and other bling
- Sparkling grape juice
- Comfy white tshirts with easy belly button access
- Eating spaghetti noodles
- Listening to "One Thing" by Selah
- Baby bunnies with big tummies
- Blogging friends
- Barney and Milo & Otis
And here I am reluctantly displaying our official thanksgiving craft, a thankful wreath. Lots of my hand tracings with "thanks" in different languages written on them.
Happy Thanksgiving, folks!