So, this week has been all about getting ready for my Big December Bash (see this coming Monday’s post). I’ve written SO MANY POSTS for the blog and the group I feel about ready to drop. But today we made
America loves its superheroes. We love Wolverine and Storm and Wonder Woman and Batman and so many others. But today, I’m thinking about unsung heroes. Everyday heroes. Because while few of us will ever have super powers, we can all
So, how was your Thanksgiving? We had a wonderful time with friends and family of choice, and out came the good china and the dinner was great, and the company, wonderful. Tell me, what did you do? Now, as we
HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM THE GALENORN FAMILY!!!
So, last week we looked at desserts for Thanksgiving. This week we’re going to talk about two hotly debated sides: dressing, and mashed potatoes! First, gluten free dressing is possible, but honestly? The bread isn’t all it’s cracked up to
Thanksgiving can be difficult when you have food allergies. I’ve learned the hard way that holidays are NO excuse for eating what you are allergic to. And it’s no excuse for serving your food allergic friends and family food that
Happy Thanksgiving from the Galenorn Family!
I’ve updated this post a little from a couple years ago. Without a doubt, for those of us who have food allergies, dietary disorders, and food intolerances, the holidays are a difficult time. Holidays are usually celebrated with food —
Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Americans from the Galenorn Family! May your holiday tomorrow be full of joy and love.
It’s Saturday evening–a few days before this post goes up–and I’m still working, but that’s okay. I took a good part of yesterday off. I’m looking forward to Thanksgiving and the holidays, even if in a quieter mood this year