I am sorry- all I can see are the pies!!!! Yummy!!! Glad to see you had a lovely time.Jennifer
Look at all those pies!Pecan pie is my absolute favorite.
I got hungry just looking at the piks. Look at the size of the pecans on that pie! What a wonderful post!Pops
It reminds me of Thanksgiving at my home and lots of fun. The strawberry pie was almost more than I could take.lol Thanks for a peek at your family Thanksgiving. connie
Looks like a blast. We had fish Thursday. (sigh)
I think I just gained 10 pounds looking at those pies.
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I´ve never had pecan pie, but yours sure does look delicious!You had lots of visitors, which is always fun.Thanks for sharing!
It just goes to show, no matter where you are in the world, the United States is something to be thankful for.And I have to agree with everyone else, those are some mighty fine looking pies you have Mrs. Cleaver.
Looks like a lot of fun! The pool looks fabulous. . . hint,hint ;)
Sounds and looks as though it was a great day! Those sweets tempted such that, as I type the mind is wondering what's in our pantry/fridge....
Brenda, Cuando quieres!Or is it, Cuando queres!
WHERE'S THE STUFFING??? must have turkey and stuffing!! Do I need to mail you some?? what about green bean casserole?? come on now! ah well, at least you had marshmallows to put atop your sweet taters!great pics, glad you had a great time!
Thanks Rita for sharing (the pies were the best!)
:Opening shot, A Chihuahua in a sombero. With a heavy Mexican accent he says."No one needs to get hurt! Email me that pecan PIe" "Yo Quiero Pecan Pie"
It looks like you all had a good time. And goodness don't they make beautiful pies in the jungle. Go figure.
Cube, This is in Asunción not the jungle.
What a great Thanksgiving, and a really nice house to boot. Life is good!
Swimming on Thanksgiving. That is AWESOME!!!! It was cold here in Kentucky, but it did get a little warm were we could open the front door. The food looked great, also you had some great drinks, Coca-Cola, I love it!!!
What a great day--especially with the grandkids! :) What a joy! Before you know it, they'll be at your side while you're baking and cooking--fun! :)
I logically know there would be warm weather on Thanksgiving where you are, but I can't wrap my head around that! LOL! We're still eating lemon meringue pie, courtesy of Angel Food Ministries. :)
not sure how i came across this blog but glad i did! it is WONDERFUL sharing a Tropics Thanksgiving and thank you for sharing!! Have a GREAT day! ;D
I enlarged each photo to get a closer look at all the gorgeous wood!! I loved those weed block or chunks on your wooden bookshelf. What are they exactly? The pies, made me drool! So glad you got your marshmellows. Was the dad of the other group the fellow I met here at the mall last year when I was out shopping with you guys at WestShore Plaza???Oh and off topic, What did you mean that you can't see my Christmas tree on my header? That's weird! Others who left comments could see it, so I'm just wondering!
Pam, Yes, it is the same family. The weed blocks are wood stamped with flowers, and I can now see your tree so it was probably my internet here.Any more questions??? LOL!
My my look at the the Pie
I'll have the strawberry pie thanks, pass on the pumpkin though. :)
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