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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

THANKSGIVING LUNCH AT SCHOOL....YUMMY !!

When you've been invited to "Come to school and eat Thanksgiving dinner with us, Memaw", by your 10 year old twin granddaughters, there is NO WAY the food could have tasted any better !! :) How blessed I am!



HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY ~

17 comments:

Karen H. said...

Good Morning BJ,
Well, I see there is no way you can resist a meal like that especially with the grandkids. They don't have anything like that here for our kids. Parents can go eat lunch with them whenever they want to though. If you have time today, stop by. I have something for all my blogging friends. It's just a little something I wanted everyone to have. I want to wish you and yours a "HAPPY THANKSGIVING". I am going to start my things in a bit. I'm out visiting for a while now. Take care my friend and have a great Wendesday. May God Bless You and Yours.

Hugs,
Karen H.
P.S. Sorry about giving the wrong link yesterday. I was on the phone with hubby and trying to read at the same time. Well, you probably know how that is. LOL.

Katherines Dream said...

Wow, school dinners now there's a thought. Most of mine ended up being carefully placed in a paper bag that my sweeties had come in and was then thrown in the school bin! I hated them. I was far too fussy and must have... well I know I did do..... drive my parents mad.
It was great to get such a lovely invite from your twin granddaughters though.
How proud you must be. I hope, but I know it will never happen over here, the schools are so underfunded.
God bless.
xx

Suzy said...

It is probably a great fealing spending time with ge=randchildren. Enjoy and have a wounderful Thanksgiving.

Love Suzy

Nan said...

Awwww! That's the best meal.
Nan

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful memory for you and your grandchildren!
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving !

Tammy B.

FarmHouse Style said...

Children just make everything better:)

Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Rhonda

BittersweetPunkin said...

Hi BJ!! I have missed a few of your posts and had to catch up! How wonderful that you got to share Thanksgiving dinner at school! I totally loved the Maxine comic...I share that sentiment! LOL

How was the prom? Sorry I couldn't go but Angie from Scrapnmoms took my date!!
Happy Thanksgiving!
Love,
Robin

Michele said...

Hello! I have been out traveling around the blog world and I came across yours. I am a grandmother as well, so I'm sure it was the best Thanksgiving meal, especially when its with your grandchildren.
Thank you for sharing and Happy Thanksgiving.
Michele

Kari & Kijsa said...

WOW....what fun...kari ate a lunch like that yesterday!

Here's wishing you the happiest of Thanksgiving's ever....thanks for all your sweet comments and your wonderful blog!

smiles, kari and kijsa

NAME: CIELO said...

Hi… just stopping by to say hi, and wish you a HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

Every new friend is a new door to a different world…. "To be depressed is to be lonely; to have a friend is to be happy..."
- Guido

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Shari said...

My daughters had their turkey dinner for hot lunch yesterday. That's so nice that they include grandparents and parents to the school to eat with the kids.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Jackie said...

What a wonderful way to spend a lunch hour. You are so blessed.

Tea Time and Roses said...

How sweet, no Thanksgiving meal could ever taste sweeter! Happy Thanksgiving to you and you family.

Hugs to you...

Beverly

Meggie said...

Twin granddaughters...how cool is that?!! I remember well the school lunches when I worked. Can't say I miss them much. Happy Thanksgiving, BJ!

Cottage Contessa said...

That's just so sweet BJ, I'll bet you are just the best Grandmother!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Sunnispace said...

That is so sweet! I relish having lunch with my daughter at school!