Friday, November 28, 2014

Not too different

This year we have a lot to be thankful for. When you live in another country with so little, Thanksgiving takes on a whole new meaning. And while it wasn't the same as celebrating at home, our Thanksgiving turned out to be a day full of food, laughter and celebration surrounded by people we love. Ok, maybe it is like celebrating at home afterall!

The head of our little family, David,  carved the turkey (which was actually a heaping plate of steak, chicken and sausages).

We may not have had sweet potatoes, but we did have the best onion rings in all of creation.

Nothing like sharing a plate of meat with a good friend. Dan will be leaving for the U.S. in just a few days so Nick was grateful for this time together.

My friend Sarah has been part of our family since we served together in 2010. She was able to arrange her busy field visit to include our Thanksgiving celebration.

It's no comfy sofa, but this could be Steve's favorite new Thanksgiving tradition.

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