Monday, November 29, 2010

The Rest of the Weekend

this year's Christmas craft, a felt garland
turkey noodle soup
turkey on pumpernickel with cream cheese and cranberry sauce
After Thanksgiving, I had three glorious days of getting our apartment Christmas-fied, sleeping in, and comfort food (the all-important turkey leftovers, mulled wine, and cinnamon rolls). The closest I got to Black Friday was a little browsing on jcrew.com. It was bliss.

30 comments:

  1. That felt garland is lovely!

    Happy beginning of the Christmas season!

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  2. Sigh, such a perfect post-Thanksgiving way to do things :) Thanks for this sweet, cozy post (and the felt garland too!)

    Hope it was a lovely Thanksgiving and weekend!

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  3. I hear ya! Mine was very similar... and turkey noodle soup!? what the what? interesting

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  4. my grandma made turkey noodle soup with the leftovers! so amazingly good!

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  5. love this post! holiday fun :)

    xo

    www.annawithlove.com

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  6. Do you have an easy cinnamon roll recipe?

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  7. I love all the wonderful things you did with turkey! Yum!

    I also love the picture of the lights. It screams holiday cheer!

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  8. Sounds perfect...I got out my decorations but I was so busy relaxing that I didn't get it all done...there's always next weekend! xxoo L(

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  9. Oh my goodness. The rest of your weekend looks amazing. Christmas tree up? And I love pumpernickel bread. Mmmm.

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  10. Ooh, I really love the felt garland! Everything looks beautiful :)

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  11. perhaps a dumb question--but can you give me a quick how-to on the felt garland. i'm really loving that and would like to make it.

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  12. I love all of it!! That garland is fantastic!!

    ...and those cinnamon rolls...OMG!!

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  13. oh man, i want all of your food :)

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  14. Perfection! I did exactly the same thing on Friday and it was heaven! Hope that you're enjoying this week dear blogger
    xox tash

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  15. oh I love the garland! We made turkey soup too :)

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  16. Kim and Stephanie,
    More info on the cinnamon rolls and the garland coming your way!

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  17. what a great blog :D I really would like that cinnamon roll! We have a tradition of having them every Christmas morning! I can't wait :)

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  18. my.kind.of.weekend!!!!!!!


    love love the felt garland! i need to make one. and that turkey noodle looks amazing.

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  19. Wowww! What a lovely Christmasy weekend. And I love the felt garland a lot xx

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  20. Thank you for your comment! I'm excited to explore your blog, it looks delightful!

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  21. sounds a lot like my black friday, no 4 a.m shopping for me, no way. I'd love to get that cinnamon roll recipe too, it looks tasty.

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  22. I like the felt garland. Such a nice punch of color. So pretty.

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  23. Your tree looks great, and so does the food, it actually looks amazing really. Do you always eat such beautiful things?

    Can't believe it's December already!
    I guess it's time for me to get my tree up!

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  24. Beautiful photography---love the felt garland!

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  25. I thought the closest I was going to get to Black Friday was brunch and a stroll around lovely Nolita. The husband was determined to hit up uniqlo and turned out that SoHo was a So, NO!!!! Never again.

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