Wednesday, November 26, 2008

W.W.W....Good Grief! Where to start....................

Good mid morning/afternoon, well whatever you want to call it!! lol
I have santa bodies laying on the table, sweeper in the middle of living room, christmas decorations in sam's room, pet bowls in the sink, clothes to wash, gotta stop by the store( cause i forgot the corn!!) and I am not dressed.
But, I am here posting. I had to get on and see what everyone is working on. :)
I am making myself a santa(not today though). Too much other stuff to do.
I will get it all done.
I did bake 2 pumpkin pies last night.
I am putting the turkey in tonight. It will stay here for us to "snack" on tomorrow. Our main dinner will be eaten at my dad's.
Corn casserole and sweet potato casserole will be prepped tonight. That way I can bake them tomorrow along with the ham.
The only big thing I will do in the morning is the homemade noodles.

I also want to pass along a couple goodies before I forget

First, for all you CVS shoppers and coupon divas .........
save $4.00 off your next $20.00 ( with this coupon)
Rusty Tin Roof newsletter is out! lots of recipes, prim freebies, and free graphics.


I also found some blue mason jar glasses at the thrift store yesterday. they were 19 cents each.
I am using them to put silverware in.


For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter of the night,
For health and food,
For love and friends,
For everything Thy goodness sends.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)


  1. Thank you for sharing the RWE poem...I'm going to use that for our T-day blessing - maybe I can get the Princess to memorize it by tomorrow afternoon....

  2. I love that poem..thanks for sharing it:) Have fun getting everything finished up..sounds like you've got a lot on your plate at the moment! But I hope you and your family has a wonderfully blessed Thanksgiving! <3Lauren

  3. Happy Thanksgiving!!! God Bless!~Wendy

  4. Well it all sounds very busy but also abit like organised chaos.
    Meal preparations sound delicious!

  5. Oh your noodles look like my moms! Memories! Love those blue glasses! Bless your family on Thanksgiving! ~Beth~

  6. I just made homemade noodles last night :) I used to make them all of the time but it's been several years...I don't know why! It's not that hard.

    I never heard of the Rusty Tin Roof mag. I'll have to check it out. I keep finding all of the cool freebies and things and sharing with an old friend of mine. We started talking via MySpace a few months back and she helps run her Mom's Prim store about 45 minutes from here. Megan just started to craft and she's loving all the freebies that I send her! LOL It's nice having someone around that gets it.

    I like the blue drinking glasses. We're still using our drinking glasses from Dollar General! I also started saving up jars to use. The ones that I like best the Classico Alfredo sauces come in! They're PERFECT and everytime I make something with Alfredo sauce, I'm getting a FREE cup! LOL

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family, Kim!


  7. Hi,
    Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment.
    I didn't use a pattern... I just made it up:) Once you do it it's really quite easy.
    Have a great Thanksgiving.

  8. My husband would love those noodles...have you posted the recipe somewhere? I'd love to try making them.
    Your blue jars are perfect for silverware. I always use coffee mugs, but I like these better.
    Thanksgiving Blessings,