My daughter volunteered to cook Thanksgiving dinner for our family, including my husband’s parents and siblings. She enjoys cooking, which is fortunate because she also offered to help her mother-in-law, which she’ll do after running the early-morning Turkey Trot with us.

That’s a lot to do, and she creatively resolved the conflict by asking us if we’d be okay with having Thanksgiving dinner on Friday this year, so that she can cook and eat with both her husband’s family and ours. Usually we’re pretty flexible, and we told her that would be fine. Still, it’s an ambitious plan; but as a general rule, what is done out of love can be expected to turn out well.

Word-art with the "Love is patient..." verses from 1 Corinthians 13:4-8

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4 Comments

  1. Such win win situation.
    A small change in the plan can make everyone happy 🙂

  2. Great for her — and for each of the families!! Yum Yum!
    Thank you for sharing with Nurturing Thursday!

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