The carpet was shampooed (sort of), the floors vacumned, the house dusted, and polished and de-cluttered. The fridge is roomy, the broken stove top burner has been repaired, the shopping done, the pies are baking (pecan and pumpkin). The leek has been chopped and steamed, the beverages chilled,the table set and looks good! It appears we are on track (crossing hopeful fingers!)
The house has been decorated, the welcome wreath is hung on the door, the silver has been polished, the stemware washed, serving pieces selected, the fireplace readied, the candles all set. That seems like everything (crossing fingers of both hands)!
We expect Ratchlet, TA, and M-t-G around 2:30 and plan to eat around 3:30. TA's mom and her beau will be joining us a bit later for dessert and games. We should be able to make it with little or no angst (crossing fingers tightly)!!
So what is left?? Getting up on time in the morning, watching a little of the Macy's parade, getting the turkey into the oven, getting the rest of the food prep underway, getting dressed, it should be just fine (crossing fingers again)!!
The likelihood of making it all come out on time and together with no disasters is up to fate. Thanks to the Big Guy, who worked like a Trojan, we've done all we could! There's nothing further to do tonight (crossing fingers and toes)!!
Oh, yes there is! What I must do before the night is any older, to give you all my very best wishes that your trip over the river and through the woods brings you the lovliest of holidays. Among many, many other things, I am thankful that you stop and read my blog. I hope each of you gets a wishbone and has your Happiest Thanksgiving ever (crossing fingers for you)!!
Hugs all around and blessings to you all!