The skies in Michigan in the winter are often gray and overcast. But the Monday after Thanksgiving we awoke to clear skies and a beautiful sunrise. I am a sucker for taking sunrise and sunset pictures, as my
followers can no doubt surmise, given the picture I've chosen to headline this blog!
But now on to Thanksgiving. We had a delicious meal and a lovely day. Our son Rob from St. Louis, and his dog Twist, joined our daughter Susan, son-in-law Scott, and grandsons Malcolm and Dawson for the holiday. Below are a few pictures from Thanksgiving Day. Soon I'll post another blog with more
doings from my week in Michigan, that will include pictures of the other two important members of the family present on this occasion: Rob's border collie Twist and the Gaynor/Baird's young Labradoodle Ace! If I can get it from Susan, I'll also include a picture of the photographer, absent in the photos below--me!
|Granddaddy carves the turkey, supervised |
|Malcolm, Dawson, Susan, Scott|
and Malcolm (9), admiring the pumpkin,
pecan, and buttermilk pies! Susan
made the pecan and buttermilk
pies "from scratch."