I am pleased to join Bento Bloggers and Friends on this “I’m thankful for…” blog hop. After viewing my post, please click on the Thanks button to continue on to the next blogs to see the many bento interpretations of thankful.
Vegetables: Spinach, carrots, and purple cabbage (to represent the color of my house).
Main: The turret is pie crust filled with diced tomatoes, cheddar cheese, oregano, garlic powder, and pepper. It was delicious!
Cookies: Stained glass gingerbread cookies (to represent the stained glass windows on my house). I used this method for the stained glass windows.
I am thankful for my house.
Ever since I was a kid and read Anastasia Again by Lois Lowry, I wanted to live in a house that had a turret. For awhile I had a hobby of photographing houses with turrets. Six years ago when my husband and I looked for a house, a purple Victorian home with a turret was available. Purple would not be my choice of house color but it does not need to be painted yet. I love our home and am thankful to live in such a unique and beautiful house.
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