What is a holiday without family? The love shared with one another giving thanks for the food and each other is really what life is all about Today we had Thanksgiving dinner, a little early albeit, but my youngest son is here from Vancouver with his partner, her sister and her sister's partner. My other son and cousin left earlier today, but we spoke with them as we had out dinner which consisted of two farm raised chickens, dressing, cranberry sauce, gravy, organic corn and carrots from the garden and home made pumpkin pie with brown sugar whipped cream for desert, and of course a few bottles of wine. Every one was well safonsified and the guest popped her head out to get a drink. We absconded her, a fabulous author of children's books, who shared her illustrated books with us and told us how she created them. One of the best aspects of the bed and breakfast is having the opportunity to enjoy people whom I would not meet in everyday life, but through the B & B, have the opportunity to know a little in depth. Tonight I am most thankful for my life, my family and friends, my business and all that life has to offer. Indeed, every day is Thanksgiving day.
Fluffy writes daily about the experiences on the farm and with the bed and breakfast patrons.