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Friday, November 14, 2014

Six Words Friday - Halloween and Thanksgiving

 Have a Halloween Cookie - or candy
 Who can be cross with cookies?
 Even the Scarecrow has a smile
 Will the elf eat the cookies?
Thanksgiving is coming - are you ready?


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Some of those pumpkin cookies look drunk. Are those rum-soaked raisins?

Kay said...

I know I'm entirely too old for this, but I'd love to adopt you as an honorary grandmother!

J said...

Every time you show your table all set for guests, I wish I could plop myself down and stay for a long time! This setting is so cozy! Others have been elegant or summery and pretty. You are a lovely hostess and I'm sure your Thanksgiving will be a bounty of goodness - from food to the people who share it with you!

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

Hi Jo!
I like your warm and inviting pix here. After Halloween, the colors of decorating often goes straight to red and green, skipping right over the lovely, muted, grayed-down colors of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Bringing three special dishes to my brother's table. HOPE YOU ARE WARM THIS WEEKEND! :) m & jb

Marigene said...

Those are the cutest cookies! I made a big batch of sugar cookie dough earlier this's chilling. Figured I would get a head start this year on my baking.
Have a wonderful weekend, JoAnn.

Julie Fukuda said...

Did that turkey eat all those cookies? He looks a bit plump. I am still enjoying my scarecrow in the flowerpot outside my door and my fall table runner. The stores are all gussied up for Christmas but I love to take my time and enjoy the autumn.

Carletta said...

You always have such wonderful holiday ideas!
Better be ready, grandkids are coming! :)

Jill Foley said...