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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Day Before Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! This will be my first Thanksgiving Celebration in Mississippi. I remember last year, my husband and I were still living in Orlando and we celebrated it with Doris, our friend. Earlier that day, I was with my little friend Emilia because her parents had to work double time. There were so many appointments in their spa so, I took care of Emilia. Oh my! She is so pretty and smart and I missed her dearly. Last year, after lunch, I took a nap because I had a bad migraine. So far, I feel good today. Tomorrow is a good holiday celebration for me with my family here. I woke up early and did a general cleaning. I will be out later today and do the yard. The leaves are piling up, LOL. Cooking? Not my forte! My husband is in charge.

Happy Thanksgiving to All!


  1. hi my dear Am!! its been a while..hehe.wala pa ko inet kaya di makabloghop ng maayos.. di rin maka-update. Thanskgiving day pala.. yes, always feel good and you'll see everything will be alright. sana wala na migraine talaga/ :) tc, am..

  2. happy thanksgiving ams. i hope u enjoy the holiday.


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