We needed to book it home as the turkey had to be taken out of the oven so the sweet potato casserole and rest of the stuffing put in. While those two dishes were baking the turkey was sliced and the gravy made. Mark and I made it to Rhoda and Lee's place right at the 2:00 pm start time. Wow was there ever a plethora of delicious foods and desserts. Lee had the prayer and then shocked all the kids by announcing, "kids go first!" Why Joan's children did not know how to respond to such a strange request. In the Meister family kids ALWAYS go last.
After the big meal the kids all migrated to the pool while the adults sat around to digest and visit.
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Rhoda brought over games for the adults and we ended up playing until quite late, not getting home from Bloomington until after 8:00 pm. We sure have much to be thankful for. Isn't it wonderful that our country still sets aside a day to Thank God for His son Jesus, His blessings, His provision and most of all the wonderful plan of salvation. What an amazing awesome God we serve.