Happy Thanksgiving 2010


Gobble Gobble! Is everyone stuffed and now wearing their stretchy pants?! I hope you are having a great day with family and friends. It is 83 degrees here…not even joking! Not very Thanksgiving-y but what can you do? We have cooked, eaten, napped, and are now ready for SAINTSGIVING! Who dat!?!

Here is my day in pictures:

old picture! I was about 5 or 6!


Mom hard at work






Watching the parade!


Camera shy


Ready to cook!


Captain Mickey balloon during the parade!


Making twice baked potatoes




Ok Bobby that’s good!


Dad starts slicing the turkey, and look who shows up!





I was in charge of the table. Can you spot Bella?



Happy Thanksgiving from the Montgomery family!


QOTD: What are you thankful for today? I am thankful for my awesome family and friends (blog friends, too!) Also for my health, dogs, and all the other blessings in my life!

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  1. Haha your dad and Bella…I can hear him already “What’s this dog doing in here? Get this dog away from me, I’m trying to cut the Turkey!” LOL Looks like you had an awesome day! Happy Thanksgiving!!! :0)

  2. looks like a wonderful day full of family and fabulous food. have a happy thanksgiving!

  3. I guess Bella was hoping for a piece of turkey to fall down. 😉 I hope you had a great Thanksgiving! 🙂

  4. Omg you look SO much like your mom in the first picture! Glad you had a good turkey day 🙂 Have a safe trip to FL.

  5. We don’t get up SUPER early for the deals, the lines and the madness don’t seem worth it. We do go out in the afternoon to find deals though!

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