73 deg. mostly cloudy, NE wind @ 9 mph.
Forecast = This afternoon = Mainly cloudy. Lows overnight in the mid 50s.
I hope all of you had a happy Thanksgiving, I know Jim and Linda did. :-) Thursday morning they headed over to Marv and Inez's, (Lindsey's Parents), house up in DeLand. It's only about 20 to 30 minutes to get there, (depending on traffic), so they left here about 10:30.
As usual, Inez had a great dinner with all the "fixin's". That means turkey, dressing, vegetables, cranberries, mashed potatoes, gravy, and lots of deserts. And, Laura's husband, Lindsey brought a big ham to supplement the turkey!!!!
Of Course Marv and Inez were there, Laura and Lindsey, Ashley and Cris, Anna, and 2 of Lindsey's brothers and their families. Again, it was a full house, but everyone had plenty to eat and a very good time, visiting. Laura had to work at the hospital Thanksgiving night, so she left soon after the meal to get some sleep before going to work and Jim and Linda stayed until around 2:30.
Both Jim and Linda were still "stuffed" when they returned here to the house, so they just had ham sandwiches for their evening meal, (thanks to Inez for sending some of the leftover ham home with them), and then just watched TV for the rest of the evening.
I've said this before, but I want to say it again. Jim and Linda really appreciate Marv and Inez including them with their family celebration. It really means a lot and they both want to thank Marv and Inez for their generous hospitality.
Don't really have much else to report. Mostly just day to day living.
Again, I hope all of you had a very nice Thanksgiving.
Did you know that Abraham Lincoln issued a
"Thanksgiving Proclamation" on third October 1863 and officially set aside the last Thursday of
November as the national day for Thanksgiving? Whereas earlier the
presidents used to make an annual proclamation to specify the day when
Thanksgiving was to be held.