Samhain Waning Thanksgiving Moon
Kate, Annie and I ate Thanksgiving dinner at Axel’s Woodroast in Roseville. This was a major production, a huge buffet and seating for family size parties in the ballroom. The food was good, not gourmet, but good. I actually had breakfast, more or less, a crepe, bacon, scrambled eggs, some asparagus, watermelon and a mixed green salad followed by two creme brulee tarts. Our waitress was an old hand who stayed mostly out of the picture, showing up just when we needed things for the most part.
I found the large number of people satisfying, as it mimicked the crowded Thanksgivings of my childhood. I had the large number of people feeling without having to actually interact them. Perfect.
Kate’s in for a nap, the dogs have toys to play with and I’m going back to reading my Chinese mystery novel.
Hope your afternoon is a good one, too.