gluten free thanksgiving guide
I am so excited it is almost that time of year again. I have the amazing privilege of living within 10 minutes of my sister and one of my brothers. So, we can eat this glorious meal and celebrate together. What a beautiful word. This is what I am grateful for this year: togetherness.
My husband and I have had our house on the market since the end of March. We’ve had quite a bit of activity but no bites. Just what anyone wants or needs: a home that must remain at all times in showing condition. Throw 3 children into the mix (figuratively, of course). My two older wild and crazy children who insist upon building forts using every available cushion in our house are pretty good about dismantling their creations upon request. Oh, how I empathize with them though. They just want to be children.
It’s been a good lesson for me: learning to take a step back and let them be, letting the house thing play out the way it is supposed to. Being at ease with each day and trying not to obsess about what will be. Easier said than done, of course. (There is something to be said about the effort, right? ) We thought we’d be good and moved by now. So, naturally, I imagined we’d be having an East coast Thanksgiving this year. But we are still here in Colorado. For some reason we are still here. And for that I am thankful. We have been given the gift of one more Thanksgiving with family.
I’ve compiled a list of recipe suggestions that would be well suited for your Thanksgiving feast this year.