Thursday was the day to change from Halloween decorations to Thanksgiving.
I started at the front door and the entry way table.
Then I moved into the Dining Room - first, of course, was the dining room table. There wasn't much to change around there - just took the cypress knee "ghost house" out of the arrangement and added the long legged turkey.
I did do the turkey and the horn of plenty on the hutch.
On the buffet I just added the soup tureen and the Thanksgiving plaque.
The Hoosier only saw the addition of a shelf sitter and a candle with candle ring.
The baker's rack on the back porch got another turkey and fruit arrangement - candle and "Harvest" arrangement with some flowers.
The fireplace mantle has it's own theme and fall/Thanksgiving decorations.
Thursday night, while I was fixing dinner, I had a little disagreement with a knife. Guess who won? Yep, you guessed it, wasn't me! I ended up cutting the heel of my left hand - thank goodness it was not that deep and did not require stitches - but it is a little sore and is bandaged up (Dan is quite the nurse). It is much better today and I am able to use it much more than I have been able to the past couple of days.
Friday, we took the boat up to our son-in-law to see if he can find out what is wrong with the motor. He is a really good mechanic and, hopefully, Mark can find the problem and fix it without it costing us an arm and a leg (keep your fingers crossed!).
Today we did some garage sales this morning (really didn't buy anything - I really
After the garage sales we went into Sebring to Lowes to look at some flowers for the front flower beds and Walmart to pick up a few groceries and a set of dumb bells for Dan's exercise program that he is
So, what do you think of the Thanksgiving decorations? Do you decorate your house for the holiday?