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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Made It Through Thanksgiving

Woot! I made it through Thanksgiving!

I am quite pleased that I managed to cook the entire meal. Ron and Stephanie helped me with preparation and such, but I was able to be there for the whole thing. Including Bridgette's assistance in making Eggplant Parmesan for my step-son Nathan. He is a vegetarian and since he doesn't eat meat, he would have no main dish. So I made the eggplant so he would have a vegetarian main dish to eat along with the side dishes. Bridgette's help was real cute.

My camera's battery was dead, so I had to take pictures with Bridgette's Fisher Price camera. So they're not great pictures, but they clearly show her dipping the eggplant into egg then breadcrumbs, ready for baking. She enjoyed it. Her dad helped her while I took some pictures.

Thanksgiving 2010

It was a good day. I was in bed by the time the meal was done, so I didn't get to enjoy the company we had over, but I was still glad that I was able to cook the whole meal.

Today I am already back to normal, with low levels of pain. The radio frequency definitely worked!

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