I can't believe it's been over a year since we moved to Canada. We arrived in Toronto in mid-November, and celebrated Thanksgiving after just moving into our house. Wyatt was still so little!
Man was it cold! The frigid winter of last year basically started when we arrived, not a warm welcome. There was snow on the ground and it stuck until April. But Jay braved the below freezing conditions to fry up our turkey. Once you go fried, you can never go back.
Since I was on a blogging break, I didn't take the plethora of food photos that usually accompanies big @ss dinners. But I did manage to take one picture of the best Thanksgiving dessert ever, Pecan Pie Cheesecake. It's already on my to-do list for today's feast prep.
My sister was able to celebrate with us too. One of the good things about being in Canada for American Thanksgiving is that it doesn't cost an arm and a leg for a flight.
They even have Black Friday up here (apparently to entice Canadians to stay here instead of crossing the border to shop). I was ready to go with my fancy new money. It was almost as crazy as shopping in the states. Don't think I'll be braving those crowds again this year.
Happy Thanksgiving!!!! Can't wait to share this year's Turkey Day with you.