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Friday, December 23, 2016

Turkey and Toys

 
Christmas party at work was all the departments combined (not just the mailroom people), so we had food, food and more food. I got a picture of the finished turkey before it left my house, but it was too crazy to get pictures of the "presentation." The meal was timed to be good for the front office people, which meant that it was primarily served when we had to get the inserts in the papers and get them out the door. That's not really a complaint, it's just the way it is, and there wasn't time for pictures.

roast turkey

The food was awesome... turkey, ham, lots of side dishes and plenty of cookies and sweets.

After the daily paper was out the door, and before we did the "shopper," we had our department gift exchange. The people who are employed right now all work well together, and we like each other. This makes for really fun times.

For example, Beth is opening her gift which is a handmade cook book of family recipes from Michelle.

opening presents

Tonight's shift will be short, but I'm already beat since I got up at 3am to do that turkey, so I'm sparing you more pictures.

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2 comments:

Ann said...

I was trying to figure out what you did to get the marbled look on your turkey then I realized that's bacon. That had to have been delicious.

Secondary Roads said...

Is that Omer in the Santa cap?

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