Friday, November 27, 2009

Friday's FAVE Five

I've been out of the loop for a few weeks,
but it's always good to come back and connect with
the others who love to share their FAVE Fives.
Thanks Susanne for hosting.
If you'd like to join in the fun, check out the link.

Arriving home this week, welcomed us with a flurry of activities.

Vacation Times ~ for me are meaningful.
Yes, truly, we were busy...Reconnecting with family and friends. New opportunities.
What else can you say when you experience the warm tropical breezes? Let the good times roll.

Birthday Time Again
This little grand child is turning two today. We had so much fun with him, enjoying the beach days. Happy Birthday Silas! Many more happy years to come.
I think the party is cancelled...he's sick...poor thing.

Cooking Demonstration
I was asked to prepare a cooking demonstration at my nieces furniture store, Grand Pappy's using her appliances. This was Customer Appreciation Evening. I invited my friend Steff to be my sidekick and we both had so much fun. My friend Judy was my paparazzi that night and you can catch up with more details if you like, at Judith Front Porch.

We prepared our recipes and one of the biggest hits was
No Knead Italian Crusty Bread!
Artichoke & Roasted Pepper Dip
Buffalo Chicken Wings ~ to be posted.
Stuffed Jalapeno Peppers ~ to be posted.
Ginger Snaps
We winged the whole show and had a blast. I know we will be back.

Trans Siberian Orchestra & Concert
Each year my son has made me a CD of this music....but this year we received an early Christmas gift, inviting us to join him to this live concert. What a wonderful evening of music and dance. The group's annual holiday-themed, classic-rock extravaganza welcomes you to a complete show with arsenal of lasers, pyro, fog and scissor-lift staging. It was spectacular.

Friends from Facebook and Blog Land.
I have truly enjoyed connecting with many of you during the past years. So many of you have touched my life in many ways. By reaching out and opening the door, who would of believed I could have receive this wonderful blessing from all of you.

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend!
I want to wish all of my American friends across the border a Happy Thanksgiving.
We feel blessed and privileged to have you as neighbors.

So this ends my highlights for this week. See you next week.


14 comments:

  1. Marg, Your fave five is wonderful. Oh I am so sorry your little birthday man is sick .. so sad. .the party is postponed I'm sure not cancelled.

    You look like you have been having a ball. I'm so proud of you for doing the cooking show. .how inspirational for the rest of us. .can't wait for those recipes.

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  2. Your vacation looks like so much fun! Too bad your grandchild is sick, hope he gets better soon!
    I would have loved to see that cooking show. Looks and sounds yummy!

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  3. Your life has been busy and full. The vacation with your family looked so fun. The cooking night must have been great for all the shoppers (Yummy)!
    And friendships are the best! Life is pretty similar no matter where you live! Have a great week!
    JoAnn

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  4. What great times with loved ones!

    I'd be nervous about a cooking demonstration. Glad your went well.

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  5. The cooking demonstration sounds like a lot of fun. And the orchestra and concert - wow. A wonderful gift! Sorry about the grandson being sick on his birthday though.

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  6. I can see you are such a natural doing a cooking show...
    and this post is a neat way to give thanks for a busy, but wonderful week!

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  7. It looks like you have packed a lot of living into your first week back! So glad I could share in your cooking demo experience...which was so fun! Call me up anytime you need 'papparazzi'...I'll be there.

    Happy birthday to Silas...may he be good as new soon...and ready to celebrate his big day!

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  8. Hau`oli La Hanau to you grandson. I hope he gets better real soon. :) Good for you that the cooking demonstration went well. WOOT! Have a great Friday and weekend ahead :)

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  9. Marg! Welcome back to FFF. You've started again with a bang! Your little guy looks adorable and I hope he is feeling better very soon. The concert sounded fantastic -- so glad you got to enjoy it all live.

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  10. How fun that you were able to show off your cooking talents. Those recipes sound yummy and it would have been so fun to watch you in person teaching how to make them!

    Happy Birthday to Silas. I hope he feels better soon.

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  11. Wow, a cooking demonstration, sounds like a lot of fun! So does the concert. Sounds like a wonderful week.

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  12. Great Fave Five this week! I'm glad you had a great vacation and I'm glad you're back home safely!

    Happy Birthday to your little one! I hope he gets well soon.

    And I am thankful for all my bloggy friends too, including YOU.

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  13. It looks like you had a great holiday. Poor little boy! Wishing him a lot of joy and blessings as he steps into another year. Wishing him a speedy recovery. Have a great weekend :)

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  14. Wow - that holiday looks like it was a lot of fun!
    I saw your cooking demo on Judy's blog - you certainly get up to some interesting things!

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