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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Yodeling Thanksgiving

I spent Thanksgiving with my friends Arlene, the lady who makes those lovely wooden treasure chests and her sister, Marcia. We shared an almost vegetarian meal, because it did involve deviled eggs. It goes without saying that my boy, Gizzy, was in attendance and nibbled on the butternut squash with emphasis on the (real) butter.
(Arlene)

There was more than enough for us three, plus take homes.

After dinner, we moved into the living room for some R&R  Notice the big Treasure Chest on Arlene's coffee table? She built that one from wood coming from an old 100 year old house, making it extra precious. 

(Marcia reading on the couch and Gizzy on the floor)

Meanwhile, Arlene graced us with a little music on her Autoharp. She played a German/Austrian song called  "the Cuckoo" that involved yodeling - which she did! I was impressed! I doubt very many folks got yodeled to this Thanksgiving. 




Both, Arlene and her sister, are very talented in arts and crafts and musical instruments. They play several instruments each. Marcia is a piano teacher. I shamelessly ask for songs whenever I can.


I hope you all had a peaceful and tasty Thanksgiving today.

21 comments:

Julia said...

That sounds like a very pleasant and rewarding Thanksgiving day for all of you! Your squash looks wonderful and delicious to boot.

It went pretty smooth here except for poor Harley cat. She's about 18. My MIL's dog (busy border collie) chased Harley up a tree. Then she could not get down. Poor kitty was up there for about 15 minutes before I decided I had to extract her. I guess I will have to blog it... :) There was some yelling involved between me and husband. Kind of comical now.

Bye for now!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Debi Y. said...

Looks like you had a very nice Thanksgiving. :)

Barbara said...

My goodness Doris, what a wonderful time you had this Thanksgiving! I know you're thankful to have such wonderful friends. I'm not a vegetarian which is really a good thing if you're a diabetic. No carbs or sugars to speak of in meats or eggs. teehee My husband, myself and one of our sons went out to eat for Thanksgiving and it was really good but no leftovers. Thank goodness. I have much to be thankful for this year and one thing is friends like you that I've met in blogland or on facebook.

Hugs XX
Barbara

Ginny said...

What a nice Thanksgiving. A yodeling Thanksgiving! That's the first time I've heard og that one! I love autoharps, a friend has one and tried to teach me to play it once. I'm glad you had such a nice time!

marianne said...

Glad you and Gizzy had a good time. That veggie dinner looked real yummy!
Happy thanksgiving !
Hugs for Gizzy!

Parsley said...

What a nice time!

Anke said...

I'm glad you had such a nice Thanksgiving spent with good friends. Bet the yodeling was a lot of fun..

gin said...

your Thanksgiving Day seemed very good. It's always fun to have some kind of entertainment after the great meal. Music is always entertaining.

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Gizzy looks quite content and at home there with three lovely ladies. Your day sounds wonderful - so glad you had a good time with good friends.

Jane said...

I'm glad you had such an awesome Thanksgiving! I haven't seen or heard an autoharp in year...and yodeling, too? Wow!

Jane
frugalfineliving.com

Linda in New Mexico said...

Your Thanksgiving sounds so delightful. Good food, good friends and good entertainment and being able to take Gizzy is a bonus. Ours was quiet and lovely as well. The Olde Bagg

Caroline said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Yes, I did make the turkey featured on my blog, isn't he a cutie? 1.99 pattern from e-patterns. Thanks for stopping by!

Andrea said...

Sounds wonderful!
Blessings and prayers,
andrea

sprinkles said...

Sounds like you had a very nice Thanksgiving holiday!

AkasaWolfSong said...

I'm so happy to hear you were with friends Dear Doris and Giz!

The meal looks scrumptious and the entertainment right close to my heart, I swear! I love the autoharp and used to play it in school every chance I got...matter of fact I've been researching them online to see how many dinero they are cuz I'd love to have one! I bet it was lovely to listen to, along with the yodeling!
You know I adore you and Gizz...
Many blessings and lots of love Doris!
xoxoxo

meeyeehere said...

Oh Dear Doris it looks like you had a wonderful time this Thanksgiving! We had a very nice Thanksgiving as well.
My husband kind of yodels too but he did not do it for thanksgiving! HA!!
Take care
jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

Deborah said...

Hi Doris, That sounded like so much fun. I have a couple of auto harps, antiques..I love them but I can't play them never mind yodel!
Have a great weekend my friend.
xxoo
Deborah

*Ulrike* said...

It sounds like you two had a wonderful time. It is nice to be able to spend such a day in the company of good friends.

Marion said...

Liebe Doris,

ich hoffe Du hattest ein wunderschönes Thanksgiving - die Fotos sagen das Du Spaß hattest.

Hab einen wunderschönen 1. Advent und lass es Dir gut gehen,
viele liebe Grüße aus dem Schnee schickt Dir und Gizzy,

Marion

Samantha G said...

What a wonderful day! Thank you for sharing it with us... I feel almost like I was there. (Next time get a video of the yodeling! I would love to hear it!) :)

Chatty Crone said...

You looked like you had a great thanksgiving - where is a picture of you? sandie