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Thanksgiving Part 2

We had lunch at the Silver Caboose in down town Collierville, TN with Kay's side of the family on Friday. The food was excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was wonderfully done, home-cooked tasting food.
Uncle Charlie and cousin Jimmy
We are so blessed to have such nice families to spend the holidays with!!!!!!
Steve was reading the menu to Sarah Kate.
I love this area of town.
We went to some wonderful gift shops. One of the stores had birds. Beautiful birds, I must add.

Aunt Cissy and Uncle Justin sent the girls these darling Christmas p.j.'s SK loves that they have a tutu.
Sweet baby Zach.

Comments

Angie said…
LOVE the pjs! so cute:)
Kelly said…
I love the Silver Caboose! I grew up in Collierville and my parents are still there!
Plan Our Health said…
I've eaten at the Silver Caboose many times! I love the square in downtown Collierville. They had a really neat little candy shop there that, sadly, went out of business.
kim_brough said…
Oh my goodness! I've been to the Silver Caboose!
Erica said…
Ooooh. I love those PJ"s where/what brand are they from? I have some princesses that would love them!
Summer said…
I love the Silver Caboose! A good friend of mine had her rehearsal dinner there. It's so nice! And I love the Collierville square, so cute and fun!

My family and I were in Memphis over Thanksgiving too visiting my family. We had a date night at the Commissary in Germantown. Have you ever eaten there? It's SO yummy! They have the best BBQ and sweet potato fries!!!

Glad ya'll had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Sara said…
I love the Silver Caboose!! My mom and I take my great aunt there when we visit which unfortunately is not often enough. We were in Germantown, TN for Thanksgiving. :)

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