A Season of Thanks
Yesterday was Thanksgiving. Our family decided to celebrate it together without gathering with others. We are grateful for the friends we have here in Idaho and yet we do so love our family time. Four days with Daddy at home is a rarity these days and we just want to soak up as much time with him as we can. So we did.
We continue to challenge the notion of traditions, Jake and I. Starting with our wedding (married in denim), we are constantly finding what makes US tick. So, instead of the traditional meal of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, etc... we opted for delicious steak (from the 1/4 cow we purchased), mashed potatoes, and peas with a dessert of peach crisp/ cobbler and Sawyer's home-made whipped cream. Don't think we avoided stress altogether, though. We managed to set off the smoke alarm thrice. (No photos due to making memories instead of capturing them.)
Today (Friday) we had the blessing of snow. It is always a beautiful sight watching these fragile flakes fall from the heavens, being carried upon gentle breezes. If you look closely you can see Dempsey and Jake in the windows.
T-day +1 - SNOW
Address #5 for Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kenagy
Comments are closed.
are all about making Idaho "home" - hence IDAHOME. Follow our journey here.