In All Things, Give Thanks. 11.28.2013
It’s that time of year again- where families gather, pies are baked and gravy drowns your plate.
For many of us, this holiday is a humble reminder to be thankful and appreciative of our blessings- for others are not so fortunate.
The season is upon us to give thanks- in all things.
So while holiday is in the air, light your fall harvest candles and get ready to deck the halls.
We all have unique day-of-thanks family specialties, but there’s always that one dish you eyeball more than others- the dish you look forward to all year. And unfortunately, it’s the guilty pleasure that usually causes the Thanksgiving food coma. Our justification for our uncomfortably full tummies is with the simple fact that it’s only one day a year- right?
Well, we asked our staff about their thankful thoughts and which savory Thanksgiving dish they would eat every day of the year- and here’s what they said:
I would eat cranberry sauce all year round.. Actually I would roll around in it if I could.
Thankful thought: I’m thankful for all the amazing guys and girls who have chosen to begin and or continue their event careers with MMD Events. They are the best! I’m also thankful for my husband of 10 years- Matt, and our baby dog Batly.
Turkey. Turkey leftover sandwiches every single day.
Thankful thought: Thankful for our amazing intern who works so hard all year around. (Thank you, Matt.) I am also extremely thankful for my beautiful and talented wife- Amanda.
Our amazing office managers and sales staff:
Whatever the cheesy dish is. Mac n cheese, hashbrown casserole, whatever has cheese on it.
Thankful thought: I am thankful for my family and my boyfriend.
Pumpkin pie! Everyday 365 days. (Thank gosh someone said it!)
Thankful thought: health, family, friends, unconditional love, a super fun job and all day laughter.
Our in-house florists-
French fried onions off the green bean casserole. Seriously, the whole container.
Thankful thought: This year I’m most thankful for getting to work with MMD Events and enjoying learning so much!
Sweet potato Soufflé. (to-die- for.)
Thankful thought: Family and Friends
Our talented event productions crew:
Turkey! Leftover turkey sandwiches are awesome.
Thankful thought: thankful for good friends and family.
My mom’s mashed potatoes.
Thankful thought: Thankful for friends and family.
And last but certainly not least- our awesome intern:
Butternut squash soup.
Thankful thought: I’m thankful for so many things! I’ll keep it short- friends, family, and good health.
So please, during this fall harvest feast- Let the pumpkin spice aromas tingle your nose and warm your heart. It’s a time to be thankful.
And don’t forget, if you’re talking about us on social media and want to share what you’re most thankful for this holiday season, don’t forget to give us a shout out: #MMDEVENTS !
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