We’re going to dinner tonight … you know what that means? No cooking or dishes for moi. Woo Hoo!
Be good to yourself and each other. Namaste’
Well, as all of my readers know by now, it’s no secret that I love chocolate. So while we were in Tubac being tourists, we just happened to find Red Fox fudge. And since I can’t stand to NOT take pictures, I snapped this one of the box of fudge. Hubby had some ice cream, too. No wonder our clothes are all too tight – LOL!
Side note: The first time I went to New Orleans, I discovered beignets and all of the other wonderful foods that punctuate that city. I was there for a week and at the end of the week had to attend a formal dinner. Oops! The dress I had brought to wear was ever so snug by the time I ate my way through New Orleans. I had to call for help to get it zipped and I’m not kidding. But I had the time of my life and never regretted having to sit through that dinner holding my stomach in. Ha!
As you might notice in the photo, I took the liberty of changing the name to Red Foxy from Red Fox. Just thought it was fun and I did it cause I could 🙂 Namaste’
As you probably know, the desert doesn’t see autumn leaves, so I asked my friend and traveling buddy, Pat, to send me some autumn leaves when she was in Chicago last month. So now they’re an added addition to my Thanksgiving place mats tomorrow. Thanks, Pat, and I’ll be thinking of you for sure. As I will all of my loved ones, friends, and fellow bloggers. When I count my blessings, I count all of you.
I’ll be getting up early to get the turkey in the oven, making sure the favorites recipes have been prepared as much as I can ahead of time, then go over and pick up my parents. We will then welcome my uncle, everyone will sit down to share the anticipated meal, eat too much (most likely) and then yours truly will probably collapse. Ha! Good thing this only happens once a year. (Foxy and Daisy love holidays like this … turkey, in moderation of course, is one of their favorites).
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Namaste’