Thursday, November 30, 2017

A Texas Thanksgiving Recap

This year we had Thanksgiving with our daughter's in-laws in The Colony, north of Dallas.

Our daughter usually hosts this special day but her house was in a bit of an upheaval due to renovations, so Sandra and Charles were happy to take over.

It was a fun day with family as I think the following pictures will attest.

 Big Sis and Bro-in-law giving career advice to the December UT grad.
Chuck & Christy 
 Ava Grace and cousin Preston entertaining themselves

 The whole bunch
 Daughter's girls having fun for the camera
 Our little bunch
 Our gracious hosts
 Daddea, Bibby, Grandma & Grandpa
 A rare contemplative moment for this girl and her buddy Brad.
 Preston and Max
 No Words!
Our Dallas Grands minus one

Needless to say, we are some very grateful grandparents.

God's Word admonishes us to give thanks in all things and I thank Him for you today.

The LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace.  Numbers 6:24-26 
May the Lord continually bless you with heaven’s blessings as well as with human joys. Psalm 128:5 TLB

6 comments:

  1. Now, Libby, to see these pictures just makes my heart smile really BIG and brings tears to my eyes. Such sweet memory making times!

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  2. Elizabeth, Thank you for your visit this morning. We have so much in common. We also have Dallas grands and make the trip from Alabama there maybe three times a year. We drive through Shreveport on our way.
    Your Thanksgiving pictures of family warmed my heart.
    Blogging is a great way to journal your life. I sometimes read back blog posts to remember my life! LOL! Wishing you a wonderful Christmas season. So many joys!

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  3. Libby, what stunning photos of a beautiful family! Your Thanksgiving looks perfect! Blessings~

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  4. Oh, what a beautiful family you have, Libby.

    My sister and I promised ourselves we'd remember to get a family group photo this year - we always forget - and, well, in keeping with tradition naturally it was forgotten again.

    Blame senior moments as I live and breathe, haha.

    Hope you have a wonderful holiday season coming up.

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  5. The pictures are lovely. I did manage to get a picture of Mark and I but it is still in my camera! I'm glad your Thanksgiving was so blessed with family.

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  6. You have such a good looking family! Looks like you all had a good time. Family pics are precious!

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