just don't tell me to start thinking about christmas.
even though i know it's like 50 something days from now.
and it is exactly 1 month until my birthday.
DO NOT remind me of that.
everywhere i look people seem to skip thanksgiving and move straight into christmas..
home depot is like the fucking north pole up in there.
i still have pumpkins on my porch you assholes!
i curse you. and i curse you!
that said, let's talk about the best holiday of them all..
yes, i have mentioned here that halloween is my favorite but let's face it...
it's really just the gateway holiday to fat-town.
all that candy gonna make you sick.
if i'm gonna get fat i want it in the form of
mashed potatoes swimming in butter.
glorious, crispy skinned turkey
and the holy grail of thanksgiving..
tons of it.
and that other holy grail..
P I E.
i'm going to make this one.
thanksgiving is at my house and it's a small crowd.
let's talk about the table setting.
i love this aspect.
of course i do.
but i don't love the fussy tables.
i want it to be about the food.
maybe a few candles and small flower groupings.
i tend to get fussier at christmas...but only marginally.
because that's an even smaller crowd.
so today i am sharing my thanksgiving inspiration with you..
simple is my favorite for thanksgiving.
this image is about the people and the food.
this might be as fancy as i get.
a plate on top of another plate means business.
ina knows a thing or two about a thing or two.
i think i post this every year. it's just so special.
create a mood in other areas.
you can leave this as is throughout the holidays.
this is so pure.
while i do love the earthy and natural tones for the thanksgiving table i am not opposed to a little color.
this is a good balance for me.
so there you have it.
stay tuned throughout the following weeks for more on this subject..
including flowers, outdoor thanksgiving inspiration, and my picks for a moody, simple table.
moody and simple not your thing?
this girl will set you on the right path.