Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: Pumpkin and Holiday Smells

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Hello gang, thank you super bunches for coming to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, I am always thankful to each of you for joining us! Each and every Thursday we share the things for which we are most thankful and we always enjoy reading all of the things you are thankful for too. If you are new to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, thanks for hopping in, we really do get excited when new blogger pals join us!

Yes, I’m still on the new blankie, I still love it! Hey, I’ve been telling you how thankful I am for some of the Christmas things showing up slow and early. Actually I’ll show another Christmas thingy in a bit. Today though I’m thankful for pumpkin and Holiday Smells, yes, really!

Apparently there has been a pumpkin shortage, well, not the big round pumpkins, the kind that comes in a can that our Mom uses to make pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving. Not only is the Mom happy that she found some but the Dad is too because he’s a big fan of pumpkin pie, not just for Thanksgiving, but any old time.

Oh, then there’s those holiday smells, like the baking of cookies. No, we don’t eat human cookies but the house sure smells good when they are baking. The Mom always tries new cookie recipes for Christmas so she does what she calls a practice run. The Dad is thankful for that too because he gets to be a taste tester. The Mom made a batch of Pizzelles the other day and the whole house smelled yummy!

Before I go I wanted to show you another photo of some of the Christmas decorations. We will be sharing some of the bookcase cubby decorations first, so here is the first one…

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54 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: Pumpkin and Holiday Smells

  1. Eastside Cats

    We won’t be making much food for T-Day this year, but I do love the smell of baking squash, which is what a pumpkin is, Brian! So yummy, and very good for humans to eat.

  2. Emma and Buster

    There is no shortage of pumpkin pie over at old Costco (just kidding!) Our humans have yet to do Thanksgiving shopping. We just hope whatever pie they have will have whipped cream on top of it.

  3. Spitty the Kitty

    Sometimes the Human foods smell so good I forget I don’t like them, MOL! Those tall sparkly things are soooooooo pretty! I would love to whap one 😉 The Human says that is bad thought to have but I can’t really help myself.

  4. Teddy

    That really looks like a SUPER COMFY blankie – I’d be there too if I were you! My Mom is making an apple pie for Thanksgiving instead of pumpkin this year – but we didn’t know there was a shortage of pumpkin – yikes. Maybe Mom was smart choosing apple?? Thanks for hosting THANKFULS.

    Love, Teddy

  5. Madison

    The only thing better than the cooking and baking smells wafting through the house is getting to eat some of the stuff. It is a good smelling time of the year!

  6. Zoolatry

    Gosh, we be thinking alike today, Brian! My house isn’t smelling like cookies, it’s smelling fishy, as I am choosing my breakfast. But food is food, mmm?

  7. Peaches and paprika

    Wow everything looking so festive over there! We think you and the human are setting a fine holiday example! Our human loved your green ornament pictures. We were not so impressed as they did not look edible. We DID get the feeling when we heard the words “pumpkin” and “smells” that more edible delights would be forthcoming…so we will stay tuned! We all have lots to be thankful for this year!

  8. Cecilia Upchurch

    Morning Brian…whew thank goodness Mom found pumpkin. T-giving w/o pumpkin pie would be B A D!
    I love the cubby and told my Bryan about your Mom’s clever ideas last night…we will probably be copy cats
    Hugs Cecilia

  9. Katie Isabella

    I enjoy the book case cubby pictures and look forward to more. That one today is one made to enjoy sitting in the living room quietly, just looking at it and going where your good thoughts take you.

  10. Purrseidon

    Meowser Brian dear furiend thank you for hosting this blog hop. We’re all getting excited about Christmas, too, though the staff is holding off on actually putting up most things until after Thanksgiving…
    Love your blankie, Purrseidon

  11. Ellen Pilch

    I am thankful I scored a can of pumpkin and one of cranberry sauce. Thanks for hosting.Have a great day! XO

  12. Millie & Walter

    We’re thankful for the smells of baking here too. Walter is always first to the kitchen when he hears mom getting out her baking supplies and is always rewarded by getting to lick the bowls and any utensils that were used. YUM!

  13. Catscue

    Yum! I am a big fan of pumpkin pie too, your home sounds like a lovely place for smellies this week. The cubby decor is beautiful – but don’t jump up there and check them out Brian – you could get in some trouble.

  14. Sandee

    Nothing better than your home with Christmas decorations and all the wonderful smells of the season. Now I’m hungry for pumpkin pie.

    Thank you for hosting the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day. Scritches to all the kitties and my best to your peeps. ♥

  15. Madsnapper

    Today I am thankful you should my favorite trees first. Can’t wait to see the rest of the close-ups. That doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy seeing beautiful kitties playing on beautiful Christmas blankies because I do! I can’t decide which I like best the green tree or the Silver Tree they’re both absolutely gorgeous the silver one goes with all the silver and glass I have in my neck

  16. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood….smells bee de best for sure…..well, sum smellz on pie day iz grate but otherz knot sew much sew…we noe… ewe noe.. oh what we ree furr two….pleez ta tell mom N dad thoz ornamintz rock !!! 🙂 ♥♥

  17. Jan K

    I ran into that canned pumpkin shortage too, but it finally seems to be back now. Between the sweet smells and the decorations, as well as that popular cozy blanket, it sure is Christmas-y around there, Brian! ♥

  18. The LLB Gang

    Mmmmmm, we have to talk to Mama about doing some baking this year! Our house is starting to get very festive AND Mama has taken all the Christmas toys out, hurray!!

  19. JP@A Green Ridge

    Well Brian, the first I’ll say is I love your cats and the fact you saved them! The snuggly blanket is oh so comfy similar to the one found at my house. As for the canned pumpkin that Mommy finally found, I was in that quandary but decided to use mashed butternut squash, which is very tasty, I might add. And yes, I have a cat that I captured who now reigns supreme…Katniss (now 2) who by the way has 22 toes. Oh, one more thing, this is the time time here so thanks for being so hospitable…:)jp

  20. Raven

    Those glass decorations are beautiful. I like the idea of a practice batch of new cookies. I didn’t know there was a canned pumpkin shortage… 2020… what next?!

  21. The OP Pack

    Those glass ornaments are so beautiful. We also think you should try out that pretty Christmas pillow on that bed. It looks pretty comfy too.

    We seem to be OK with pumpkin – no shortage here YET:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  22. Cathy Keisha

    What a great idea to show holiday decor! I should copy you and do that. We don’t have Christmas out yet—just Halloween and Thanksgiving. TW makes pumpkin pie but buys our cookies. Usually the peeps get their fill on homemake cookies over their aunt’s house. I’m thankful that cos of covid, they’ll be no family gathering up north and the peeps will stay home with The Cat.

  23. Create With Joy

    So glad to see that you are still getting blanket time, as it looks like you’ve had some competition for it this week! Those ornaments are gorgeous! Moms says she can’t have nice things anymore because of me. (Not a nice thing to say… but it’s probably true.)
    Magellan for Mom (who’s on the mend this week!)

  24. Angie

    You look so happy! I am thankful that my family is healthy, and that next week is Thanksgiving! Can’t wait to have turkey and all the fixin’s!

  25. Marie "Dolly" Moody

    I truly love, love, love your Christmas decorations that is sparkly green, sparkly silver that you called, “bookcase cubby”, decorations! Love, love, love those emmensely!!! Really got my eye stuck on those!!! I can’t wait to put up mine now too. We were looking for the outside lights today & naturally we couldn’t find the hooks that goes in the gutters. What a bummer. Back to the drawing board… hahahaha! Have a great weekend my friend, and kitties too! Hugs!

  26. Anne Robinson

    HaHa my comment posted for you at Sandee’s. My technology skills are magical I guess. I love the photos, I Love the cheerful bedding and you are all set for the holidays. Thanks Brian for hosting. You all have a great weekend. HUGS

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