Dotter, pictured above, has accomplished so many things in her 20-something years, the most recent of which is starting her own blog called “Pocketful of Pennies – my two cents and a penny for your thoughts”.
Rather than my telling you what’s going on down the bayou for early Thanksgiving this year, she has agreed to let me introduce you to her blog today, and I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Be sure you read the “About” tab to learn more about her background, although she is somewhat modest in her account of her gifts, talents, and accomplishments. I’m just about as proud of her as a parent can be, so indulge me, friends.
Please hop over and read “Thanksgiving Sans Turkey” post, take a penny and leave her a thought or two. Meanwhile, I’m going back into the kitchen to put the finishing touches on the “Geraldine Fletcher old-fashioned, southern-style cornbread dressing” and to peel and mash the Louisiana sweet taters for casserole with melted marshmallows on top (the ONLY way she will eat them!)