Monday, November 30, 2015

Blue Monday - Family Meal

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We had a full table for Thanksgiving dinner. My DIL has been hosting Thanksgiving meals for quite a number of years, and she always includes us. This is not our complete group as one was taking the picture and one was getting the rolls out of the oven. In addition, my DIL and son are cut off!



I'm sure you noticed the Blue that we're both wearing.



Here's our first GREAT GRANDSON playing with his grandfather (our baby boy!). More Blue in the stripes.



Now, for the ultimate Blue, please note those baby Blue eyes!




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24 comments:

Annesphamily said...

Glas you had a family fun filled Thanksgiving! We did too! Nice to have those little ones around. Such an adorable lil fellow you have there. Love those blues Sally. Have a great week! Hugs, Anne

Jutta.K said...

Sympathetic family photos!
I wish you a wonderful and beautiful pre-Christmas week
♥ly greetings from Germany
Jutta

Deanies Stash said...

Sally, what a wonderful group of people to share Thanksgiving dinner. Love those blue eyes!! Thank you for hosting each week.

Dianne

LV said...


Sally, I did something wrong, as I could not link in. Crazy from the rain. Loved seeing your happy family enjoying Thanksgiving together. Your great grandson is adorable. Hope he will bring you as much joy as Layton does me.

Margaret Adamson said...

Those blue eyes are to die for. He is adorable.

Alexa said...

Those are some beautiful baby blues!

Liz Needle said...

A well colour co-ordinated Thanksgiving. I hope you all had a wonderful family day.

Nick V. said...

That's lovely, Sally. We don;t have Thanksgiving in Australia, but I certainly enjoyed it as a guest of American friends when I visited the US many years ago.
Thanks for hosting.

Nick Va said...

Looks like good fun was had by all! Thanks for hosting, Sally.

Nick V. said...

PS: Sending you some of our Summery sunshine

photodoug said...

Sally, what a wonderful Thanksgiving gathering. Thanks for sharing.

bj said...

Glad you had a nice Thanksgiving...
xoxo

Linda Kay said...

Those blue eyes remind me of my grandson, and my own children.

veta said...

Glad you were having fun with your family on thanksgiving.
Stay happy!

Grantham Lynn said...

Wonderful post. Glad you had a special time.

Layne Gerald Wade Cutts Hansen said...

heart warming theme.

jeannettestgermain said...

That pic of grandson and grandfather is sooo cute! Can see you had a great Thanksgiving:)

Joy H said...

What a cutie your Great Grand is. I think from the looks of
it you all had a great Thanksgiving!
Happy Blue Monday, Sally!

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Such beautiful blue eyes and such a sweet little great grandson. A wonderful family time. Thank you Sally for hosting Blue Monday. I look forward to visiting and joining in each week.
Joy

Sheryl Tanya Page Raun Chambers said...

happy blue monday.

Jim said...

Back to say hello. :)

Denise @ secondtimearoundfinds said...

Your great grandson is adorable.
Thanks for the party.
Have a wonderful week.
Denise

miradordesign said...

Hi Sally,

Happy Thanksgiving to you all! We're having a big family meal at the weekend as everyone is doing different things at Christmas. Like you, I love getting the whole family together :-)

Have a great week,
Sarah

CailinMarie said...

How wonderful for all of you to know your great grandson. I was nearly 10 when my great-grandad died, 12 when my great-grandmother died and then I moved as a newly wed to my great-grandmother's hometown and met my living great-grandaunt! I always felt very lucky to have those years with each of them and the extra roots it gave me.