FRIENDSGIVING

 

Before Thanksgiving break, my friends and I really wanted to have a Friendsgiving feast. I was really excited that I could actually bake because it has been forever- literally. Everyone engaged in the Friendsgiving dinner and asked their favorite recipes from their family members. We were about to enter a huge potluck.

Who was in charge of what?

Me: Oreo balls and biscuits

Kelly: Green bean casserole and mashed potatoes

MK: Stuffing and cookies

Katherine & Ellie: Turkey and gravy

McLaren: Chocolate mousse pie and creamed corn

Lane: Wine

Georgia: Salad

I was supposed to make the chocolate mousse pie but I failed because I never made pie and it was McLaren’s Grandma’s recipe so I had no idea what to do. McLaren stepped in and the pies turned out perfect-yay! I ended making my Oreo balls, which I love because they are easy and do not have to be baked which saved time for all the other foods. Overall, Friendsgiving was perfect! Everyone helped and we ate and ate and ate. I really am thankful to have wonderful friends around me.

“ As we grow up, we realize it becomes less important to have a ton of friends, and more important to have real ones”

Isabel Campbell