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Happy Thanksgiving!

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You know what I’m doing today! My parents are sharing Thanksgiving Dinner with us. And if not for the red hair, this could be me and FishChick5 in the kitchen. We’ll be cooking up a storm.

I just wanted to tell YOU how thankful I am for you, Dear Reader. Little did I know three and a half years ago that this blog would grow to be my home away from home, that I’d be writing books, and meeting wonderful folks like you.

Thank you for making sure I’m not talking to myself!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

And if you’re looking for Ultimate Recipe Swap, it’s cancelled this week in honor of the feasting. But, next week that feature will be back with One-Dish Dinners.

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  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

  2. Happy thanksgiving to you and yours! My family has definitely benefited from your blogs…they love it when I cook things that are edible :)

  3. Kathy in Illinois says:

    Thank you so much for your wonderful blog! I wish you and your sweet family a happy, grateful and peaceful Thanksgiving.
    God bless, Kathy in Illinois

  4. I am so so so so so so THANKFUL for you dear Jessica!!!!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too :) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather.

  6. I didn’t realize you’ve only been blogging for 3.5 years! You are blessed indeed! And I know you are a blessing to others – myself included! Hope you had a wonderfully happy Thanksgiving (sorry about the turkey – next year, go with whatever sounds good to your family!)!

  7. Happy Thanksgiving. As a fellow mother of many, you inspire me in so many ways! God bless you and your family always and in all ways.

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