Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Some Exciting Evening

It's 8 PM; Gregg is making a pumpkin cheesecake for Thanksgiving, I'm on the couch watching the Coyotes game, and Sabrina's on the floor coloring on her giant paper pad.  The Boys are somewhere, sleeping.  We're enjoying the quiet as we wait for the arrival of Grandma-ma from San Antonio Texas.  Gregg's mother has not seen the baby since last November, so it will be exciting to have her and her husband here for a few days to visit and have Thanksgiving.  Right now, I'm just enjoying the calm before the storm.

9 comments:

Rhonda and Gerry W said...

How soon will that cheesecake be done, cause I am SO at your front door!!!!!

Happy Thanksgiving guys!

growfamilygrow said...

Let me see. Tucson to Mesa, about 90 minutes. If I leave now it should be nicely cooled off and Bean will sleep in the car. Happy Thanksgiving.

jaysinwantsu03 said...

Happy Thanksgiving you 3....

Gregg said...

pumpkin cheesecake is done doing the red velvet cake now and in the morning Tyler Florence's ultimate apple pie. How do I do it. Wife, Mother,Son, cook, Papa, STUD.... It's difficult, but I do it for LOVE.

The Smith's said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

bellygirls said...

I just ate some pumpkin cheesecake and it was delicious! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

Kristin said...

Gregg, you ARE a stud. Would you ever consider putting one of those red velvet cakes in Priority Mail?

To you, Bobby, and the lil' miss, I hope you are having a really enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend. May you all weather the storm well!

Anonymous said...

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I hope you have found a church and a church family.
I belong to a wonderful United Methodist Church. I would say about 65% of the members feel as I do that being gay is a normal variation in nature, and the rest (mainly the older people) feel it is a sin. Things are changing, attitudes are getting better, hand in there.
You have a lovely daughter.
I also like your labs.
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Best wishes to you and your family,
Lynne in MD

WildFlowers said...

happy holidays!!!

your post reminded me of the scene from chevy chase's 'Christmas Vacation' movie; where all is quiet and calm and then the DOORBELL rings!! LOLOLOL!!!