t’giving in g’mala

We just returned from an incredible Thanksgiving holiday in Guatemala. We visited the children of Casa Shalom, the orphanage where our daughter and her husband live and work. One of the highlights of the visit was the Thanksgiving meal. We cooked six turkeys, 75 pounds of mashed potatoes, 2 gallons of gravy, 50 ears of roasted corn and 10 sheet cakes. The kids really enjoyed the pavo (turkey) and kept coming back for more. No doubt, this will be one of our more memorable holidays. Enjoy a couple of videos of the fun.

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