I was recently challenged by my friend, co-communer, and fellow blogger Josh to update my blog. Well, here it is.
Some of you bloggers out there may be wondering, "why such the long hiatus?" I've got a good excuse--cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle in my eye. Our camera is shrimped and therefore I've been unable to take any pictures. In fact, the only reason I'm able to do this post is because my sister took some pics over Thanksgiving and I swiped them from the ole' facebook. That's my story. We've been doing plenty of canning and gardening and cooking over the last several months, but I guess you'll just have to put your big girl pants on and hold tight until next year. Now, moving on...
This Thanksgiving we decided to shrimp the ole' Butterball turkey and instead went with a more local, less synthetic, and more fresh (you'll learn how fresh in a minute) Schact Farm heritage turkey.
- Local=Schact Farm is on the southside of Bloomington and is operated by our friends Matt and Mandy Corry.
- Less synthetic=check it out here. They can say it better than I can.
- Fresh=This turkey was caught and harvested the week before we ate it. Since we help out at the farm from time to time, I wouldn't doubt if Will had caught or at least attempted to catch the bird we eventually enjoyed on Thanksgiving day.
(This picture likely qualifies us for Awkward Family Photos.)
And here it is as part of my mom's exceptional Thanksgiving spread...
And here is a picture of a guy trying to be funny at the Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning...
Oh, and ps--the turkey was REALLY good.
Happy blogging y'all. Maybe I'll see you after the holidays when I hopefully have a new camera???