Thursday, November 19, 2020

Blog: Handbag & Book with author Vicki Batman - Thanksgiving Disaster stories and a #rafflecopter #Thanksgiving #shortstories #Christmas


There’s nothing that qualifies
more than no turkey as a disaster—right? That’s what happened when my favorite smoked turkey vendor burned. And it is super sad for the company. However, when I heard the news, I got online and found a replacement. I was a little anxious as I had had no confirmation from the new vendor. A quick call and all is okay.

We have had other interesting things happen on Thanksgiving—like an ice storm. We left for my aunt’s house before the road got bad and returned home after they had been sanded.

Or the year #2 son decided to use the oven in the garage apartment to bake his famous mac ‘n cheese which was being used by my sister for her hubby’s awesome potato dish and her lemon meringue pie. Yeah, too many things in one small oven means something wasn’t quite done.

I’ve become an oven dictator. No baking at my house on Thanksgiving day. Bring your dish ready to serve with a serving utensil. Admittedly, makes preparation easy on me especially hosting up to 25 people. (Not this year. )

And in the midst of the Thanksgiving fun, I’m launching a book. The book and I are on tour at these spots:

November 16: T's Stuff
November 17: Unabridged Andra's
November 18: Christine Young
November 19: Westveil Publishing
November 19: Straight From the Library
November 20: Fabulous and Brunette
November 23: Literary Gold
November 24: Stormy Nights Reviewing and Bloggin'
November 25: FUONLYKNEW
November 25: Long and Short Reviews
November 27: Viviana MacKade
November 30: Dawn's Reading Nook
December 1: It's Raining Books
December 2: Hope. Dreams. Life... Love
December 3: Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
December 4: All the Ups and Downs

Be sure to stop by and join the rafflecopter for a fab handbag, books, chocolate, and whatever else I find.

In the meantime, may your Thanksgiving be rich and wonderful. VB



Jane Clardy said...

Just wishing you a safe and HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

Elicia P said...

I am stuck on your post saying no oven on Thanksgiving... Hope you had a peaceful holiday this year.