Sunday, November 11, 2012

Sunday Social!

Sunday Social is a fun & simple way to help your readers get to know you a little better.
You can link up with your blog at ashleyscarnivalride or acompletewasteofmakeup and join in on the fun! :)
This week is about Thanksgiving!

1.  What is your favorite Thanksgiving memory?
One year we made up a biscuit song because my sister just kept talking about biscuits, and every year after that we've sang it!
This year, I won't see my family because of moving to Florida, but the memories are just like it was yesterday.

2.   What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?
Definitely my Grandma's stuffing, I could literally eat it all day every day.. it's absolute perfection.
She also makes this thing called corn bake, corn muffin mix, creamed corn and a few other things mixed together to make almost like a casserole (this recipe is similar to the one she uses)

3.  What is a Thanksgiving tradition you and your family have?
On my dad's side of the family, grandpa used to always say grace, and when he passed away we've always said grace in his memory every year on Thanksgiving.
On my mom's side, when I was 13 or 14 my grandma told me and my sister when we were younger about "Thanksgiving sandwiches" - a layer of turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mayo, salt & pepper on white bread.
We thought it sounded disgusting, until we tried it and were addicted - and ate them every year!
Now whenever I have one, it always brings back that fond memory of her.

4.  Show us a favorite Thanksgiving picture from years past.
Well.  I noticed we never actually take pictures on Thanksgiving because we are all usually stuffed & bloated pretty early in the day - and sleeping shortly thereafter haha.
The one photo I was able to find is from last year, it's me and my sister's plates.
Biscuits, corn bake, turkey, ham, baked mac & cheese, stuffed mushrooms, cranberry sauce, fried cauliflower... and that was just our first plates!!

5.  What are you most looking forward to about this Thanksgiving?
This year will be very different from every other year, since I will not be seeing my family at all.
I will spend Thanksgiving with my boyfriend, my mom's best friend Rosie & her son - the only other people I know down here in Fort Myers!
We were invited to go to Rosie's friend's house over on beautiful Sanibel Island.  There are kayaks at the house, so hopefully me and my boyfriend can go kayaking and explore a little bit :)


  1. Oooo I LOVE Thanksgiving!! This is a great post. :) And your plates of food looks so delicious!!

    If you have time, please come by and check out my blog!! And maybe follow?

    xo - Sheila

    1. Thanks so much! I will certainly take time to stop by your blog :)

  2. Thanks for sharing dear! The celebration is indeed a big event. Nice of you to say graces for your beloved ones too.:)


  3. Thank you for sharing! The biscuit song... how cute! Following you for the social... thank you for sharing! I am looking forward to getting to know you better!!

    Brittany Michelle

  4. Food's post always make me hungry hehe :3
    So it's yummy one :)


    1. I was getting hungry when I was writing this post hehe thank you :)

  5. Those sandwiches sound like the ones my siblings and I have at Christmas!

    1. Omg they are SO addictive! We were very hesitant at first to try it because it sounded like a weird combination hehe

  6. sound like it will be a fun Thanksgiving anyway enjoy

    1. Thank you! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving :)

  7. A- that picture makes me hungry and B- the biscuit song sounds like something my family would do! Mmmmm.... now I'm hungry again.

    1. Isn't it great having a crazy fun family!? :)

  8. Enjoyed reading this! We don't celebrate thanksgiving here!
    Would like to hear the biscuit song! ^^
    I like this social sunday thing! I'll try and link up :)

    1. Thank you! Biscuit, biscuit! lol :)
      It's a great link up! Next week's is kind of boring so I might skip it hehe

  9. Found you on the Sunday social. That "stuffing" sounds like dressing to me... I'm a Midwesterner who now lives in the south.... Sweet potato pie and dressing, no pumpkin or stuffing!

    1. Yes I believe stuffing is also referred to as dressing, but we also cook it stuffed inside of the turkey - hence, stuffing! Sweet potato pie sounds great, never had it! Gosh I'm hungry.


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