Yay my Thanksgiving break starts today! I will no doubt be doing bits of work from home over the next week but it’s lovely knowing the children will be home and we are schedule free for a week!
Today I have to plan my shopping for Thanksgiving dinner. There’s only four of us admittedly but we all have different ‘favorites’ that we want with our Turkey, whether it be roasted beetroots and shallots (MM), roasted parsnip (me) or carrots (the kids!). We always make too much but somehow it all gets used in the following days as turkey butties or turkey curry! As fairly new Americans we are enjoying creating our own family Thanksgiving traditions and that includes cheesecake for dessert:) Fortunately we always head out for a long walk on the Friday to work it off.
I was in Target the other day buying craft supplies for Hugh’s Thanksgiving Turkey project (yes – I know – I do not craft – but I am now armed with glitter, pom poms and felt). I happened to wander through the clothing section as you do. For a split second I removed the blinders (blinkers – for the UK readers) and spied this beauty. OK I didn’t just spy it I bought it.
It’s a gorgeous blush pink, fake fur jacket - and looks lovely on. It certainly looks more than the $49.99 I paid for it – but don’t stand near any naked flames in it. I have some blush pink jeans and with taupe boots it will work a treat. Even with regular blue denim skinnies and a white t-shirt it will add that little something different. They also have it in cream but I love the blush color and it will go with lots in my closet – justification done.
Today I’m wearing comfy clothes for a day of pottering around town and running errands. I love the H&M knitted dress – the stripes are great colors and it is really quite warm. I’ve worn it with my Boden brown leggings and Zara burgundy scarf. Today’s boots are last year’s Steve Madden Carlsen taupe boots.
What are your novel Thanksgiving traditions?