I wonder if there is really a difference between
our thanksgiving and American's so I googled a bit.
In Canada Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday in October.
Unlike the American tradition of remembering Pilgrims and settling in the New World,
Canadians give thanks for a successful harvest.
The harvest season falls earlier in Canada compared to the United States
due to the simple fact that Canada is further north.
"Ha, I learnt something new. We celebrate thanksgiving
much earlier than US doggies coz of this simple fact!"
After our evening walky on Sunday I decided to take a boooty nap!
"I have to look fabulous at the pawty! I know my mom will
take lots of pictures!"
photographer and .. I would say a clean up girl!" "Whoa, this turkey looks HUGE!" ZZZZZZZZ..... My mom LOVES stuffing. :) This year we made it with lots of lots of herbs and wild rice. We were thinking to prepare 4 packs of stuffing to make my mom happy but 2 packs were actually enough...even for my mom, Stuffing Lover! Turkey is ready!
"See you birdy in a few hours!"
"I better check and see how our chef is doing!"
This pretty colour increases our appetite!!"
sniff.. sniff.... sniff......
cheese sauce. (Cheddar and Parmesan.) YUM"
I don't post picutres but we prepared more veggie dishes.
"MY stuffing!!! Yay!" :)
"The skin looks nice & crispy and smells absolutely pawsome!"