First Thanksgiving at the Bungalow

Thankfully one of the local groceries had a nice turkey for me to buy. We enjoyed turkey, stuffing, gravy, yams and rolls. It was a beige meal but one we all enjoy.

We all ended up in plaid except for Addy.

Our oldest with job, family and roots in Western Washington.

Second born and our neighbors in Colville. Neighbors by eight miles. Roots and future established in North Eastern Washington.

Our youngest with their shallow roots in Western Washington wondering where life and jobs will take them.

The plaid, courtesy of Wal-Mart and Costco! We had a whirlwind wonderful family time together. All these shots taken in our back yard acreage.

Soon I’ll share photos from the inside of our Country Bungalow. We have many more walls to cover with our art pieces. Before too long Dear will be painting every square inch of our interior. Happy new week to all of you!

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

13 thoughts on “First Thanksgiving at the Bungalow

  1. I’m glad you had such a nice Thanksgiving…and I love all the plaid! Little Addy’s green shirt blended right in with the green in some of the plaids. 🙂

  2. When we were in CA last week there was a commercial going quite often of everyone wearing plaid shirts… do you think I can remember the store? NO… just the plaid shirts. So comfortable and fun for fall!

  3. So you’ve celebrated your very first holiday at the Bungalow! That is so special . . . and i know you’ll be enjoying many more holidays and storing up new memories! Again, I love the flannel shirts which made for such fun family photos!

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