Wondering how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey? Try the recipe below from allrecipes.com. It was a recipe passed down from her grandma. Hope you enjoy!
Juicy Thanksgiving Turkey
2 tablespoons dried parsley
2 tablespoons ground dried rosemary
2 tablespoons rubbed dried sage
2 tablespoons dried thyme leaves
1 tablespoon lemon pepper
1 tablespoon salt
1 (15 pound) whole turkey, neck and giblets removed
2 stalks celery, chopped
1 orange, cut into wedges
1 onion, chopped
1 carrot, chopped
1 (14.5 ounce) can chicken broth
1 (750 milliliter) bottle champagne
After my fiancé and I got engaged I couldn’t wait to ask my best girlfriends to share in my excitement and be a part of our special day. All eight of the girls in my wedding have been incredible friends to me, and we’ve remained close despite the fact that I live several states away from all of them.
Because I couldn’t ask my friends to be my bridesmaids in person, I wanted to send them something very personal instead. I decided to create care packages for the girls and incorporate some little bridesmaid gifts and fun wedding details to get them excited.
My fiancé and I really love to travel together and explore new places, and the beginning of our relationship was long-distance so we decided a vintage, travel-themed wedding would be perfect for us. We already use vintage suitcases as decorations in our living room that will work well as wedding décor, so I thought sending mini suitcases with my invitation and a few fun bridesmaid gifts inside would be perfect. I found a mini suitcase set in pink and aqua, which happened to be two of our wedding colors, and were small enough to be easily mailed.
I’ll admit, sending Christmas cards does get harder as your kids get older. I can think of lots of excuses not to, from lack of photos to lack of funds. But I also think that sending Christmas cards is about more than sharing baby photos.
1. By sending Christmas cards every year you are teaching your kids the power of connection and showing them that you value meaningful holidays as well as old friendships. You may not think they are watching, but they are. Someday they will think of you when they send their own Christmas cards.
We just had to share these adorable Halloween card ideas, all created with the same card: our Glittery Boo Horizontal Halloween Photo Cards. When your photos are this cute, you just have to share them. The Boo card seems to work well with all of them!
Says the furry lion’s mom, “This is our little one’s first Halloween, and I received his costume the night before his 9-month picture. As soon as I saw the proofs I knew I needed to share our little lion with our family and friends. The BOO card was perfect—simple and clean.”
Sharing photos of your little witches and goblins is all part of the fun of Halloween. Our new collection gives you lots of Halloween card ideas to choose from! From glittery kid-friendly cards to a freaky Frankenstein, there’s something for every little monster. Imagine the smiles when friends and family open your Halloween photo cards in the mail.