I'm slowly ticking the things off my Thanksgiving list. Got my fresh turkey ordered at Whole Foods this morning, pie choices have been made by the chief, and he just told me to"make a cherry gallette with canned cherry filling" instead of with the frozen peaches I lovingly stashed in the freezer from this summer. What is he smoking? Does he really think there's even a glimmer of hope that's ever gonna happen? Nuh, huh. I told him I'd buy him a can of cherry pie filling at Tom Thumb and he can just eat it straight from the can. Sometimes he can be so trailer park.
I have been fiddling with what I want to use for a TG center piece and table design. I love doing stuff like this and so far I've got antlers, pine cones, colored fall leaves, and heaven only knows what else will make the cut for my table. Dragging it all out is half the fun.
Last but not least, when Brian was by for dinner last week, it was still frosty and he wanted some fire wood for his place. We said "sure" so out he went to toss some logs into the bed of his truck. The next thing he knows, a neighbor is stopping in his car telling him "to quit stealing fire wood!" Brian told the man "My parents live here and I have their OK". The neighbor knew that in the past another person had helped themselves to our wood without our OK, so he was just being neighborly. Brian loaded up and called me to tell me what had just gone down and we both howled.
Cut to right now. The same neighbor just came down the alley in his car with two of his kids, rolls down his window, and we both start laughing. By now he knows I know what happened, and that Brian is who he said he was. Between bursts of laughter, he told me he'd even taken down Brian's plate number and checked him out, to be sure he was who he said he was.
I luvvvvv my neighbors. They are always good for a laugh!