A quiet Thanksgiving Day.

John and I had a midafternoon dinner at Boston Market. I had turkey with gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, baked apples with cinnamon, cornbread, pumpkin pie, and unsweetened iced tea. John also had the turkey and mashed potatoes, but with corn and mac-n-cheese, plus cornbread, pumpkin pie, and sweet tea.

Afterward we took a walk around Lakewood Park, where we viewed the recently-completed Solstice steps and the new pathway along the water’s edge, the Lake Erie breakwall. There’s a great unobstructed view of downtown Cleveland at the eastern end of that path. We lingered and John took several photos with his phone, and then we left.

While we were making our way back out of the park, Bob phoned me with a Thanksgiving greeting — he’s down in Columbus visiting his mother — and we had a brief chat.

Although it was mostly cloudy and often rather breezy, it was nonetheless a great weather day. The daytime high temperature was 64 degrees — the warmest Thanksgiving Day in Cleveland in 75 years.

1 thought on “A quiet Thanksgiving Day.”

  1. Your dinner sounds great! I had pumpkin pie and a really good frozen turkey dinner. Sounds lame but it did the trick! I have never been to a Boston Market but I have heard they are really good, my brother always does that for Thanksgiving. Sounds like you are in a good place, good things happening. Take care! 🙂

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