Thanksgiving Breakfast

If I had my choice, I would celebrate every holiday with breakfast. This was the best Thanksgiving we have had in a long time. Everyone was healthy, and happy and for that we were all thankful.

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Breakfast was a great way to start one of my favorite days. Before the dressing, pecan pie and football, we paused and gave thanks for the year that had passed and asked for blessings on the year ahead.

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I pulled together things I already had around the house for my table setting. Some shiny pumpkins and deer horns littered the center of the table. I tried to keep the colors neutral with pops of metallic.

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 I got ahold of a sharpie and crafted a table runner for the day. I think it matches the monogramed paper mache pumpkin just fine. I love craft paper and hand lettering. It’s one of my favorite things.

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What did we eat, you ask? Turkey Sausage of course! We also had biscuits, cranberry pecan crackers, pumpkin muffins, and yogurt in granola cups, rosemary pecans and hot apple cider.

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I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving with people you love the most. May we give thanks all the year through, especially over breakfast.

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One thought on “Thanksgiving Breakfast

  1. Aunt Polly says:

    Hey, Elly….there is a new thing I love about the holidays. It is watching “the passing of the baton” in families where the mother of the family has traditionally huffed and puffed over serving Thanksgiving dinner, and then all of a sudden, one of the daughters picks up the baton and starts a new tradition….with new decorations, and new dessert ideas that carry us forward into a new year. It’s a beautiful thing to see.
    Thanks for sharing. AP

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