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!
Sweater: I can’t remember!
Shoes: Babydoll by Remix via Ebay
Brass Corn Necklace: Antique Alley, Portland, Ore.
Thanksgiving Chip and Dale Pins: Disneyland
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7 comments on “Giving Thanks”
Oh, your outfit is so precious!
I hope you’re feeling better now, it was nice to hear you had a lovely first Thanksgiving as Californians.
Love your dinnerware! That’s one of my favorite patterns!
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! ❤️
I’m not a huge fan of turkey either. I’m not usually hosting Thanksgiving but if I did, I might borrow your idea and do pot roast!
Your dinner service is mid-century tastic!!
We had chicken instead of turkey. Sorry you weren’t feeling well. And I’m so jealous of your home, it’s beautiful!
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!