Friday, November 28, 2008

Thanksgiving at the Millers


We had a houseful of guests for Thanksgiving dinner AND the food was scrumptous! Since we had a lot of guests, I put our 3 dogs in the bedroom. We didn't want any stolen turkey! Later in the day I went to let the dogs out only to find they had locked my bedroom door. I have no idea how it happened. Tiffani had to take the door apart to get to the dogs! They were so happy to see us!!! (and finally get some turkey). The doggie adventure does not end there! Ellie went outside to run around, when she came back in her paws were very muddy. She decided to jump all over Kyle. If you look in the pictures below you will see Kyle in two different outfits. It is because he went home to change after Ellie got him dirty! :)

Judy with the turkey.

Tami with the turkey.

Todd and Morgan.

Nancy and Shirley
Mommom, Nancy, Shirley, Kent, Stan & Judy

Billy, Tiffani and Kyle
Poppop & Morgan
Billy and Tiffani

Kyle and Morgan

Billy,Tami, Mommom and Nancy

3 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. sounds like your days are exciting too. You never know what each day will bring with having boys and dogs under roof. The turkey looks like it turned out really good. Looks like you had a house full. I hope hockey is going well for your son.

  2. Don't you just love those "unforgettable" Thanksgiving stories, LOL! Ours was really nice and quiet and uneventful "FOR ONCE". haha. Looking forward to Christmas. Just couldn't get myselk psyched up to do the decorating thing this weekend. I am sure it looks beautiful as it always does! Glad to hear you all had a great day!

  3. Looks like you had a great day! The turkey looked awesome!

    Your story about the dogs locked up made me laugh. Years ago, my Mother in Law was babysitting for us (our little ones were 2 and 3 at the time and older daughter was at school) and somehow they got locked in their bedroom during a nap. My poor M-I-L totally paniced, took the door frame apart, made a huge mess, busted the handle - you name it....and all she really had to do was ask one of the kids to unlock the door (since obviously they were the ones that had locked it...) It's funny when I think of it now...but back then? Not so much.


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