11.25.2014

Blogger Men Tell All Part III

We are back for another "Blogger Men Tell All" hosted by Becca, Melissa and Samantha! I feel the need to brag on my husband for being such a great sport and for just having the best answers ever (with my commentary inserted of course).

1. What food do you look forward to most at Thanksgiving dinner?
I usually like all of it, but definitely anything with sweet potatoes. I have never met a sweet potato I didn't like. But he has met other things he didn't like, like deviled eggs, carrots, celery, the list goes on my friends. Don't be fooled.

 2. Do you ever go shopping on Black Friday?
Haha No. If I do, it's late in the day when the deals are gone. Ya'll, I have met my match. Hallelujah.

3. What’s your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
We don't have too many traditions. It's usually an early afternoon "dinner" with family. Followed by naps, and whatever football we can find on TV or a movie out at the theatre. He's out of control.

4. Do you travel for the Thanksgiving holiday or do you stay close to home?
95% of the time we travel. When I lived in Arizona, we were at 7000ft of elevation and that was hard for my grandfather to take, so we would travel to either California to their house or to my aunt's in Tucson. When travel became hard for both my grandparents, it was California all the time. "We" being his parents. The "we" he meant to refer to (me and him) also travel.

 5. What are you most thankful for this year?
I am most thankful for family, both by blood and by faith. We (he means wife "we" here not parents "we") have met so many wonderful people in Missouri and have been so blessed with a great church family. We also have had such an out pouring of support and love from our family as we went through our wedding and other big events of the year. They never cease to amaze me with the amount of support they have given to us. 

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If you're still keeping up with In the Word in One Year and you are here looking for next month's bible study. We have to get real for a minute- Cassie and I talked and decided to hold off on the study for December. We have both gotten behind and thought it would be a good chance to catch up. So, if you're also behind, I would encourage you to use this time to catch up on the study. We will be back full swing (and hopefully all caught up) in January! Happy holidays my friends!

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16 comments :

  1. Awwww I love that y'all have such a great support group!! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. Whoa now! That's some crazy traditions you guys have got going on there! Haha! JK! That sounds like our house too.

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  3. BAHAHA if it's up to me this won't remain the case

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  4. RIGHT? I send him the prompt and he sends them back in like 10 minutes hahaha

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  5. It really is great. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. thank you for clarifying the "we" haha

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  7. Love all your "we" clarifications... hahaha!!! At least he says WE. Peter still says I or My (my chickens, my back yard, my house) and I wanna punch him sometimes. HA!

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  8. Mmmmm, me too!!! I just made some for Peter's work thanksgiving with eggs from our chicks. It was my first time making them so I was a little worried but they were SO GOOD! of course Peter doesn't like them either. Our weird husbands.... ;)

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  9. Love all of his answers. We would always go to the movies when I was younger on Thanksgiving, lately there hasn't been anything worth seeing the past few Thanksgivings. I really can't believe he doesn't like deviled eggs though!

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  10. That's a great picture of you two! Those thanksgiving traditions sound perfect - a lot like our family!

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