And the mashed potatoes with gravy, please.
Don’t let the picture fool you. Outdoor feasts are not quite what they’re cracked up to be, but it’s better than fighting.
Your loving son,
illustration courtesy Time Life Books
5 responses to “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition . . .”
Loving the song reference, if you intended it that way. Happy Thanksgiving!
Yep. Happy Thanksgiving to you and enjoy your sentimental movies!
Just in case tomorrow is a busy day . . . I want to wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful for you.
Elephant, that is so nice. I’m always very happy to hear from you and wish you and yours the best of days.