November 29

What I Wore To Thanksgiving

Hey everyone,

I wanted to share with you all what I wore to Thanksgiving.

I had over 50 likes on Instagram when I posted me wearing the clothes.

Here are the clothes I wore:

  • Jeffrey Banks Sport coat (I bought it for $4 at a thrift store. I wore it in a previous post. See link below.)

  • Stafford Dress Shirt (I originally bought it for $25 at JcPenney. It’s been in my closet for 3 years.)

  • Jack Nicklaus Sweater (I bought it for $5 at a thrift store.)

  • George Dress Pants (I bought them for $2 at a thrift store.)

  • George Loafers (I bought them for $25 at Walmart.)

Here’s how I looked in the outfit:

Here are all the pieces of clothing I wore:

It cost me $61 total (It’s more than normal, but there is a dress shirt I didn’t wear for 3 years).

Please let me know what you think.

Thank You and Have A Great Day,

Millennial Buddy

Here’s a post that I wore the sportcoat in:

What I Wore To Church On Sunday 11/19/17

November 28

Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

Hey everyone,

I wanted to share with you a recipe I made for Thanksgiving dinner.

It’s not healthy, but I figured they would be a good recipe to have next time you have a get together to attend (especially over Christmas).

Here’s the ingredients I used:

  • 16 ounce box of macaroni noodles
  • Cheese sauce
  • 16 ounce bag of shredded cheese
  • Microwaveable pasta boiler (If you want to boil a pot of water that’s fine)
  • Crockpot
  • Serving spoon

Here’s how I cooked the food:

I opened the box of noodles and put them in the microwaveable pasta boiler.

I filled the container up to the proper water line (so I had the right amount of water in there).

I put the container with water and noodles in the microwave for 27 minutes. (I didn’t put the lid on there).

I put the lid on the container and drained the water out of the pasta.

 

Once the noodles were cooked, I put them in the crockpot and added cheese sauce.

I added the bag of cheese to the mixture.

I mixed it all together.

I set the crockpot on low for 2 hours (I checked it periodically).

Here’s how it looked:

This is a great dish to take for get togethers.

Please let me know what you think of this dish and how it turned out for you (if you tried it).

Thank You and Have A Great Day,

Millennial Buddy

 

 

November 22

What I’m Thankful For

Hey everyone,

Thanksgiving is this week.

It’s not about the food that I will be eating this week.

It’s about remembering what I’m thankful for.

As I’ve mentioned in a previous blog post (https://www.millennialbuddy.com/2017/10/27/appreciate-what-you-have-in-life/), God can give and take away blessings in our lives (read the book of Job).

Today, I want to share 10 things I’m thankful for.

Here we go:

  • My family- They’re loving and helpful to me.
  • My church- It’s a blessing to be able to be at church where everyone serves the Lord and wants to grow in the Lord.
  • My house- It’s nice to have a place that protects me from the elements of the outdoors.
  • My car- I like being able to drive to the places I need to go.
  • My cat- He’s a great companion and protects me from the rodents that can come in my house.
  • My clothes- It’s nice to have clothes to wear all year round. Some people don’t get this luxury.
  • The area I live in- The cost of living is low and everyone is mostly friendly and helpful.
  • Thrift stores in my area- They’re a great place to find bargains on nice clothing and the money helps out needy people in the community.
  • My friends- They inspire me to do better each and everyday.
  • My job- Working at this job pays the bills I need to pay each month.

Please share with me what you’re thankful for.

Thank You and Happy Thanksgiving To You,

Millennial Buddy

November 20

My Thanksgiving Traditions

Hey everyone,

Thanksgiving is this week.

Because of that, I will be doing 3 posts on Wednesday (I will not be posting on Thursday and Friday. Be on the lookout for that).

Today, I wanted to do something different.

I’m going to share with you all my favorite Thanksgiving traditions (some are the weekend of it).

Here are five of them:

  • Watching the parade on TV- It’s great seeing all of the cartoon character floats and the celebrities singing and dancing.
  • Watching college football games all weekend- It’s great seeing some of the rivalry games and end of season upsets.
  • Decorating my parents house for Christmas- Last year, I got to help my dad, stepmom, and sister decorate their house for Christmas. When we were decorating the tree, we had to unwrap each ornament (so everyone can share memories of that ornament).
  • Eating a lot of good food- I like eating the turkey my parents make each year; my mom’s stuffing; and my aunt’s sausage balls.
  • Helping feed needy families- For the past couple of years, I’ve helped my church create meals and meal boxes to give to needy families in the community. I like being able to give food to others who need it.

Please share with me your thanksgiving traditions.

Thank You and Have A Great Day,

Millennial Buddy