Thank You

 I think that authentic, from the heart 'thank yous' are one of the best things you can receive.  We all agreed that this thanksgiving was the best one we ever had. Everyone pitched in and by 3:00, we had a feast prepared to deliver.  The Blog Tech took it over the river and through the hoods and carried it into the families house and set it up.  The family was overwhelmed.  And what did they do with all of the food?

They invited all of their local 'on duty' police over for a meal.  And then they invited all of their neighbors, that wanted a plate of food, to stop by and eat. And yes, the little boy loved the pumpkin pie, especially the homemade whipped cream.

Comments

TARYTERRE said…
That is simply wonderful, all the way around.
It must have felt like heaven for them having all that food and to be able to invite more påeople to share with them :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.
Cottage Tails said…
How awesome for what you did and then how the family passed it on and reached out. xxxx
How nice that they shared the bounty with friends and neighbours! I'm sure everyone enjoyed your wonderful cooking!
Nellie said…
Wonderful memories here. That is a lovely note.
sandra hagan said…
a little know blessing of live, to give.

wonderful Jaz, simply wonderful!
Guillaume said…
That is simply lovely.
Barb said…
I guess that proves that one good deed creates another!
Dog Trot Farm said…
Joyce, you have earned your angel wings...You and your family are such kind and caring people...Thank you, the world is a better place because of you and all that you do for others...Blessings my friend...
What a beautiful gesture on your part, and the Thank You note is priceless!
Ellen in Oregon said…
Nothing could beat that thank you Joyce. It was straight from the heart of that family to you. The fact that the family chose to share their feast with neighbors is icing on the cake. It was nice to hear that the little guy liked your pumpkin pie & whipped cream. I had a feeling he would be a fan of your pie. Isn't it great when one act of kindness inspired many other to do the same. So gracious of the family you prepared the Thanksgiving feast to share their good fortune with their neighbors.
sandra said…
God bless you and all the giving loving people!!! That's what it is all about baby!!!! :} I would love a pic of the little guy eating pumpkin pie with yummy homemade whipped cream!! Precious!
Sending all of you a big hug for doing such a great thing for a family! They will always remember that meal. Joyce..you are one in a million..so is the blog tech and the man behind the scene. :)
Mona