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The day before Thanksgiving:
These Red Velvet cupcakes were the first in a 9 hour Soul food cook off!
The morning after, not a creature was stirring…

I hope you all had a joyous Thanksgiving- last Thursday, if you don’t partake. My day was replete with all of necessary fixin’s: food, friends and folly. While I’m sorry that I didn’t take my usual host of holiday gathering pictures, I’m thrilled to say that rather than behind the scenes and lens, I was right in the thick of the celebration, and it was a a thoroughly enjoyable change for me! Yes, I engaged in pleasant social interaction sans anxiety and regret-for this among many other things I am grateful!

Peace and thanks


  1. Ms. Bar B: says:

    >The cupcakes look heavenly. Glad you had a good Thanksgiving.

  2. Cynthia L. H. says:

    >Mmmm! ;^) ;^) ;^)

  3. >Good for you! Glad you took the time to enjoy the day. The food looks yummy!

  4. >YUM! Yes, please! Happy to hear you got into the thick of things and enjoyed your holiday!

  5. >These are so pretty and look delish. Enjoy the holiday season.

  6. >Yum!! I am glad you had such a great time. Mine was wonderful as well 🙂

  7. becca.elpy says:

    >those cupcakes look full of yumminess! my thanksgiving was good, too. 🙂

  8. High Desert Diva says:

    >Ah….good for you. I had a case of company hang-over. 3 hour nap on Sunday when everyone finally left, and just now getting back into "chatting" again.

  9. >yum!

  10. >red velvet cake is my absolute favorite. carrot cake runs a close secand.

    every now and then i need and enjoy that social interaction that isn't the norm for me. it can be quite invigorating.

  11. >Nice post!!

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