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I’m stuffed to say the least.  I’m thankful that my family is here with me today.  With the kids getting older I’m not sure how much time we have with them.  I know that they will always try to come home for the holidays.

I’m also thankful that I’m still here to be able to spend time with my family.  With the diagnosis of CML my life was changed forever.  I’m thankful for the men and women who discovered the drug and for all those patients who did the case study that allowed the passage of this drug to take place.

We spent time with my wife’s family today.  Tomorrow I’ll be able to spend time with my mom and dad.  I’ll get up early tomorrow and cook breakfast for my family then I’ll start working on a Dutch Oven dish to take to my parents.  This will be the first time that I’ve cooked for the parents in my Dutch Ovens so I’m excited about this.

Speaking of Dutch Ovens, I have a new blog that I would like for you to check out.  It’s going to be full of different recipes that I have gathered over the past several years.  If you like cast iron cooking this will be for you.  If not, then don’t feel obligated to follow.  I posted my first post just moments ago.  https://thecastironblackpot.wordpress.com/

Again, Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

“Life Goes On!”