Cardstore – Extend Your Table This Thanksgiving.

I cannot believe that in just one week Thanksgiving will be here. This entire year seems to have flown by and the holidays have come out of nowhere.

Six years ago when we moved away from my family I knew that I would be there for many holiday’s with my family. What I didn’t realize is how much I would miss them.

Missing family and those you love is part of the deal when you move away. I know that I will get a chance to see them all again soon.

I would love nothing more than to spend Thanksgiving with my mom and my husband’s grandma this year. They have only had the chance to be around Miss Stalin twice in the almost 2 years since she was born. And Genghis adores his Grandma Mary and Super Grandma, as he calls his Great Grandma. I love being able to watch the kids with their grandparents.

Despite the look on Miss Stalin’s face she loves Grandma now!

One thing I love being able to do every holiday is making homemade noodles. There are a holiday staple in my husband’s family and I got the recipe from his Grandmother. It is one little thing I can do to make the holiday’s feel more like home.

This holiday season, Cardstore is helping each of us extend our Thanksgiving celebration and promote the spirit of giving by allowing me to send each of you my special recipe and a Cardstore coupon code good for one free card! I just need you to complete these two simple steps:

Step 1: Leave a comment below sharing one Thanksgiving memory that makes you smile

Step 2: When the registration box appears, complete the form

Step 3: That’s it! My recipe and a coupon code from Cardstore will be sent to you by mail

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cardstore. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world! Comments or questions? Talk to me on Facebook or Twitter or sign up for our RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.