Giving Thanks

Patrick and I had a pretty low key Thanksgiving for our first Thanksgiving as Californians. While we were invited to my sister’s, I just wasn’t feeling up to it, as I can’t seem to live without a buffet of tea, Gatorade, Jumba Juice, cough drops and of course medicine. I made a pot roast (I’ve never been a fan of turkey) and Patrick made pumpkin cornbread stuffing, along with several other side dishes, but he was quite proud of his stuffing. Despite still feeling crummy, we still had a delicious dinner and a nice day at home.

I was ecstatic when I found these Thanksgiving themed Chip and Dale pins at the park the other day. They were just too adorable and I just had to wear them for the holiday. It’s been fun looking at the pins in a jewelry sense, and incorporating them as brooches into my wardrobe. I do love Disney, but often the clothing available at the park just isn’t my taste, but the pins prove to be a fun and subtle way of showing my love of a character or film.

Meanwhile as you can see, we have some Christmas decorations out! Still working on a few things, and there will be a post featuring our Christmas decor in the near future! I hope all of you who celebrated had a lovely Thanksgiving!

Outfit
Sweater: I can’t remember!
Skirt: Thrifted
Shoes: Babydoll by Remix via Ebay
Brass Corn Necklace: Antique Alley, Portland, Ore.
Thanksgiving Chip and Dale Pins: Disneyland

7 thoughts on “Giving Thanks

  1. For being under the weather, you sure do look fabulous! When I’m sick I refuse to get out of my pajamas, so I have to give you props for that fantastic ensemble you’ve got going on!

    And might I add that I am ever-so-jealous of your Franciscan Starburst dinnerware! That is the exact pattern I lust for in my own set! ❤️

    -Holly
    Veronica Vintage

  2. Yum!!! Pumpkin cornbread stuffing sounds amazing!!! I’m going to have to try my hand at whipping up a GF version of that one of these Thanksgiving.

    What a lovely holiday table and outfit, sweet gal. Your brass harvest themed necklace is making me go weak in the knees! 🙂

    I hope that you guys have a marvelous merry Christmas season!
    ♥ Jessica

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