No turkey until Christmas, so tonight my granddaughter Faith made dinner for all of us. She is an amazing cook and only 14 years old. She made Chicken Parmeasan. There was a lot more in the kitchen. Not everyone was home for dinner.
Thanksgiving is about families so I tried to find some old photos of Thanksgiving. I didn't find any but found one of Christmas where you can see the turkey and some of the family.
Far left- my grandpa. A wonderful man. Moving right my father, mother, cousin Eileen, uncle Stan, Grandma.
Left to right children: Me, my brother Kim, my twin cousins, and my sister Chloe.
I like the way people dressed up in the old days.
I found some other photos of bygone years to show you the fashions of the 1940s.
Left to right: This is my aunt Rae, my grandmother Brooxie and a friend.
Photographers used to take people's pictures downtown and sell them. Love my grandma's hat!
This is my father. Love the hat and coat.
The man on the far right married my aunt Mae. He died in France in WWll. The other men are his friends. I like how men and women wore hats in the old days. It made them look so dashing.
This is my mom and dad leaving on their honeymoon. Mom looks spiffy but my dad looked pretty casual! Of course he probably had a jacket and hat in the car. I love my mom's suit and her hat is jaunty.
She had beautiful legs too! I've always been jealous of them.
My grandfather worked for the railroad and this is what he wore to work. He was in charge of the station.
I think he looked pretty dapper!
Well, that's it. I hope everyone has a lovely day with their families. Take lots of pictures.
God bless all of you on this special day.