Thanksgiving Day has come and gone. The leftover meat from the turkey is boned and frozen to use in a myriad of yummy dishes in the next month or so.
The turkey carcass, skin, bones and l-o-n-g neck have been simmered with vegetables for the past three days, strained and turned into rich broth for the freezer.
My weekend just past was spent packing away all the fall decorations and bringing out the ones that will provide color and cheer for the next month.
What with the shortened hours of daylight, and many hours of darkness, it's the perfect time to make sure the inside of our homes are filled with extra light and glitter.
Even though we have a couple more days in the month of November, December will be here and then exit in the blink of an eye.
Why do I always think the summer months are the busy ones when November, December and January each seem to me to be about ten days long?
No complaining here, though, as I'm more than grateful and appreciative of a full life and all the blessings it contains.
I'm ready to welcome December with open arms!