You can ask anyone who knows me well that when it comes to hosting events: 1) I love it and 2) I am obsessively organized about preparation. One of the two of these characteristics may or may not experience great angst by the time the telling of this story is over.
Josie* gave me a kiss on both cheeks and presented me with a card. Louis* greeted us and handed me a bottle of wine. Ah, the French! They are both in their retirement years and chose to come to our part of the world because of the weather. Josie mentioned that her arthritis does much better here than in the cold, snowy days in Germany.
|Thanksgiving Forks--a Family Tradition|
|"Sisters...Sisters...There were never such devoted sisters..."|
Our friend had a handy little gadget that attached to John's phone which would then project the movie onto our wall to create a "theater-like" ambiance. Way cool. We first did a pre-show and introduced "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving." The kids really liked it especially since they were given cupcakes to enjoy during the viewing.
|I realized only too late I don't own a pie pan.|