Thanksgiving was a success! I didn't burn anything.
The menu included: turkey, ham, sweet potato bake, green bean casserole, stuffing, broccoli cheese rice casserole, pink stuff salad, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and chocolate pie.
Needless to say, I'm still recovering from all those hours spent in the kitchen. And I have yet to even start on the dishes!
My in-laws drove to Utah from Colorado and we somehow packed nine people into my tiny living room for Thanksgiving dinner.
The only bad part about Thanksgiving was our plumbing conveniently decided to explode the day before Thanksgiving. We have to climb over this lovely pile of dirt to get to our front door.
It's been a blasty blast, let me tell you.
(This is me being a Creeper McCreeperson and spying on the plumbers)
I might possibly be dying.
Being pregnant = peeing every half hour
Being a huge germophobe + no running water = panic attack
The best part about not having any running water is the lovely pile of smelly dishes left from Thanksgiving that I need to hand wash. Last year it took me three days to clean all of our Thanksgiving dishes.
If you have a dishwasher, go give it a kiss because I am super jealous of you.
I think I need a break from this Thanksgiving break.