Post by aneaglesangel on Nov 27, 2009 11:26:35 GMT -5
Why thank you very much for the information. I had a very good Thanksgiving thank you! I got my very first grandson hug and kiss. His parents were shocked when he reached for me, wrapped his arms around my neck and hugged me. So far the only people he has hugged is his mom and dad. The he gave me a big kiss on the mouth! I had tears in my eyes! He's such a little cutie and I love him to pieces! You should have seen him chowing on the turkey, it was funny, little guy with a giant piece of turkey! Of course, I took pictures so I'll have to share!
Of course the 3 fire engines at my house was a bit embarrassing. Tip: never spill turkey broth on electric stove burners, it starts a fire, sets off the alarms, and the next thing you know you've got a 7 foot tall fireman with an ax in your house, LOL! I put the fire out quickly, but apparently not quick enough, LOL! The neighbors will remember this as the year the idiot on the first floor set off the fire alarms. At least the turkey was delicious and juicy, so that should make up for all the excitement! Hmm wonder if I should offer turkey soup to the neighbors as a peace offering?? LMAO!
So, a memorable Thanksgiving for a number of reasons then?! ;D
Glad all was ok and that you weren't singed..
How wonderful that you were able to share the excitement with your grandson - I was never a big advocate of having children but my little boy is almost 20 months old now, is such a load of fun and I love him dearly.
There really is something special when they make for you and show you the love isn't there? (sniff).
Enjoy the rest of the holiday weekend - hope you don't need the fire dept round again
Are you going back to The Quequechan Club this Sunday?
Post by aneaglesangel on Nov 27, 2009 16:37:34 GMT -5
LOL! Well, that's one way to fill up the house for the holiday, isn't it? I don't think I'll be able to make this Sunday's investigation, but I'm hoping that it goes off and everyone enjoys the place. It's got quite a drama going and I'd love to find out more about what makes these spirits stay on there!