Friday, November 24, 2006

Thanksgiving 2006

Yesterday, most of family got together for our Thanksgiving celebration up near Coopersburg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was a rainy day so most of us spent most of the time inside during the afternoon and evening.


We're beginning to chow down on our Thanksgiving meal of turkey, mash potatoes, oyster filling, corn, specially prepared stringbeans, a broccoli salad, and more. For dessert, we had pumpkin pie, some cookie like bars with chocolate chips in them, another pumpkin dessert and more. Yummy!


One of my brothers with his son and two of our nieces



Three of my nephews from two families



A brother, my three nieces, and a nephew



My youngest nephew and his mother



Playing Skipbo



My oldest nephew playing the piano



My dad, a brother, and a nephew

15 comments:

photowannabe said...

Great memory shots. Its nice when the whole family can be together.
I think we all ate more than our share yesterday. But those turkey sandwiches today are just as yummy.

Anonymous said...

From the looks of the way the Skipbo cards are laid out, y'all play it differently than us. I'd better take another look a the rules.

sage said...

looks like you had a great dinner there--that's quite a table! Glad you had a happy thanksgiving

M(urf)! said...

Tim, I was going to invite myself over for next year until I saw the shelves full of board games. *shiver* ;) Now THAT looks like a happy Thanksgiving (despite the presence of said games).

Cergie said...

It's wonderful to have such a large family; I would like to have a room where it may be possible to put a long long table around which many persons can seat down
When it will be Christmas time, I will go in the south part of France, my husband's sister and his brother in law are living in a very big house (two very old houses in fact one just against the other)
We'll be all togeher: children of all the family, young, less young, old, oldest persons
We'll all sleep and eat there
And have walks all together in the red rock mountain with the two dogs near us
It will be great !!!!
And I'll take plenty pictures of course !

mreddie said...

Great looking family there, I know it was a blessed event for you guys. ec

Ginnie said...

I just KNEW you'd have a day like this, Tim! Thanks for sharing it with us!

samrina said...

Hope u had a great time with ur family. Thans for sharing with us all here these memorable shots of ur life :)

TAKECARE

Anonymous said...

looks like everyone had a great time:)

Anonymous said...

We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in the Philippines, but your photos sure made me wish we did! You and your beautiful family look like you had a truly fabulous time. And that awesome dinner spread just made my mouth water! :p

Katie said...

What a nice family. Food sounded good too.

Anonymous said...

l-o-v-e-l-y gathering...looks like complete families having a great time! ;;)

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, photowannabe. It was a great day with overflowing blessings of food and family celebration.

Hi, kevin stilley. My experience is that games are played differently in just about every family. ;)

Thanks, sage. It was a wonderful meal and a great Thanksgiving.

Hi, murf. Board games can be lots of fun when playing with family.

Thanks, cergie. Not everyone in our family has space for such a long table. But we appreciate those that do and those that don't. It sounds like you have a great Christmas coming up.

Thanks, mreddie. It was a blessed time.

Thanks, ginnie. We love to celebrate together as a family.

Thanks, samrina. Family celebrations such as these are always looked forward to.

Thanks, choochoo. It was a great time.

Thanks, irene. Comments like yours always make my day. I think the whole world should celebrate a Thanksgiving day. We all need to take time to be thankful for the blessings we experience.

Thanks, katie. It was an excellent time.

Thanks, I*IcheI*I©. These times are very much enjoyed by us all.

San Nakji said...

He he, I knew you would be having a great time with your family!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, san nakji. I think you are getting to know me. :)