Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Shall We Dance?

I am thankful for...
My mom
My husband
My uncle
My aunt
My cousins
My friends both face and cyber.
Food on thanksgiving and everyday
My home
My health, and the health of my loved ones
Polka music
Happy Thanksgiving everybody!

Confession time. I thought of Jesus after number five, but figured he deserved to be first, so that is where I put Him.


sherri said...

Only you could find a "thanksgiving Polka"!

The chicken (turkey) dance is one of my favorites to dance to at weddings!

Will there be polka dancing at Mare's "Welcome Home" party?

I ditto you list, but add High heels and Velveeta cheese. And Ken dolls.

my veri word "manguse"
when I "Goose" Big Al, I call it a "Man guse".

Helen said...

Sure we will polka! We can do the Macarena, too, if you want. But no electric slide. Sadly, I do not know how to do the electric slide.
You were so right about getting 100% on the quiz the second time around. I have shamelessly posted the certificate at the bottom of my blog. Okay, since it is at the bottom, maybe it isn't so very shameless...
One more confession.

Annie K said...

Helen, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

Helen said...

You too, Annie. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

Sherri said...


Helen said...

I saw your comment on Katdish's blog, and I went to Gabrielle's sight. She seems to have a focus on the positive for now. I think her comment was tongue in cheek, but I will pray for her nonetheless. God bless you.

Mare said...

umm...I'll be watching you all Polka. Haven't you learned that I'm not much of a dancer by now?! =) But I think watching you all will be entertaining enough.

Have a great Thanksgiving!

katdish said...

OOOHHH! Moving Jesus from five to one. Good save, Helen! Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving Day! If you wan't a good chuckle tomorrow morning, picture my hubby (who is used to traveling alone and is the picture of airport security/check in efficiency) trying to get me and his sleepy, whiny kids out the door and to the airport by 5AM, then seeing the veins in his neck bulge when he realizes at the security check in that nobody has their shoes off. And since for some unknown reason we have to be at the airport 2 hours before our flight leaves, imagine me trying to keep the kids entertained without killing each other because said hubby has his laptop out and can't be bothered because "he has to work". It's going to be delightful!

Helen said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Katdish. I would be furious with him for not waiting until you were at least on the plane (not that watching them on the flight will be a piece of cake, but at least it would be better than leaving it all up to you). I hope he is thankful for you ;-). God bless you.