So, what are you going to do with all the leftover Halloween candies? Halloween night was a fun night. My boy had his first trick or treating around the neighborhood and had a very nice family dinner afterwards.
Finally, Halloween is over though. Not that I am in a hurry because I love Halloween, but I also love Fall/Thanksgiving more. Two different decoration themes that I want to savor in a short span of time before Christmas.
It has been a tradition for the last couple years for my family to celebrate Thanksgiving Day out of town. It’s always a fun holiday to cook, sit and gather around the table.
Although, we will be out town during the holiday, we still have to fill the house with some Thanksgiving décor.
Here are a few of the Thanksgiving décor ideas that I have collected on Pinterest. I am a lover of something simple, easy and creative ideas. When I saw this tablescape, I was hooked on the table runner. It’s simple and modern. Then, I think it would go nice if I will add a personal touch on my table napkins.
Thanksgiving Day is a very American tradition. Back in the Philippines, we don’t celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday, yet we have Christmas that is always a massive and a long celebration.
Being grateful should be in our thoughts every day and we should meditate upon it as human beings. I think the holiday of Thanksgiving is an icing on top of the cake. To celebrate and enjoy it with your love ones and to be thankful for all the blessings we have. (via)
As our family grows, it is always amazing to create memories and share stories around the table. My family loves to cook and so do I but my most favorite part is sprucing up the table with some creative centerpieces. The joy of seeing how everybody talks and helps while cooking is heartwarming.
Thanksgiving, after all, is a word of action.