Nothing says Happy Thanksgiving like a spoonful of smashed potatoes!
Yesterday we had our 3rd Annual Turkey Day at the Beach. I spent all morning begging Clark to watch the Macy's Day parade with me (one of my favorite things about Thanksgiving) and cooking dinner. I attempted to make home made stuffing for the first time, and it turned out semi-good....give me a another try and I bet it would be awesome. There was small crisis when we took the bird out of the oven and could not find any white meat. I was wondering how in all of Hawaii we got stuck with a turkey that had no breasts. After a tiny panic attack we realized that Jay put the bird in upside down...yep we are such dorks, ha ha ha. Boy oh boy were those the juiciest turkey breasts we ever ate. We packed up the car and headed to the beach, where we stuffed ourselves with food, and enjoyed the company of family and dear friends. Harry slept the entire time, and Clark enjoyed the freedom of running all over the beach and eating whatever he wanted. I am so thankful that we get to live in Hawaii, and thankful for the great friends that we have here (it is Auntie Carol's and Eddies last year with us...sniff sniff). I am also so thankful for my family, my brothers and sisters are the best and I love how the family is growing with marriages and babies. I am thankful for Jason and how hard he works for our family, and what a great Dad he is for the boys. I am thankful the great neighbors we have, that take such good care of us. I am thankful for Myspace and Facebook that have helped me find a way to keep in touch with my friends far and wide, some I never thought I would speak to again (I know I am a dork). I have been so blessed this year, so blessed. Most of all I am thankful for my boys! Mama loves you, xoxo.
Happy Thanksgiving, Love The Bosko Fam