I finished editing my Thanksgiving photos a few days ago but I haven’t had time to sit down to blog them until now. Things are super busy here as usual! Can you believe that it’s already December?
I’m shooting my first wedding this weekend and I am super excited/nervous. I’m sure it’ll all turn out fine, but the preparation and worrying are making me crazy!
We went to my grandparents’ house for Thanksgiving and my grandpa pulled out his collection of HUGE knives to show the boys in the family. Remember the knife on the movie Crocodile Dundee? Yeah. That knife’s a baby compared to these. My brother asked him what he could cut with a knife like that. My grandfather responded, “Anything I want.” Ha!
My grandma’s amazing garden was still in bloom and there were butterflies everywhere! The girls kept chasing them, but I managed to get a photo of one before they made it fly away.
My girls and my nephew outside of the goat pen. The girls were dressed in coordinating outfits and they looked really cute. I was able to keep them out of the goat pen for most of the day so they didn’t get too dirty. I know… I’m a spoilsport!
Oooh another butterfly! Maybe she can get close enough to touch it? Nope. Almost!
Our yummy Thanksgiving dinner: Seafood stuffing, dirty rice, broccoli rice, yams, turkey, ham, green beans, green bean casserole, and lots of desserts. I contributed the yams and a pumpkin pie. The secret to great yams is orange zest and vanilla extract!
We have a built in kids’ table. The stairs to the second story of the house don’t have closed risers, so the kids slip their feet through the holes and sit in a line down the stairs. The only problem is if someone needs to get up everyone has to move!
After lunch, the kids went outside and ended up inside the goat pen. You can see all three of the boy grandbabies if you look closely. I should’ve known they’d all beg their way into the pen. We also rode all over the levee on the golf cart. Redneck fun at it’s finest!
Jordan has been rather mouthy lately. I don’t know what she said to my brother, but he decided to rope her and walk her around until she started listening. We were all cracking up laughing. Jordan was laughing so hard she could barely stand.
This is my Maw Maw in her garden. She’s the matriarch of our family. We all learned to be hard headed, outspoken, loving, tough women from her. She doesn’t like this photo, but I think she’s beautiful inside and out. I’m always so happy to be able to spend time with her.
I’ll be back soon with more layouts and photos to share. I hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend.