The “Holiday Season” is in full swing around here. We spent a wonderful Thanksgiving in Kansas City on the Plaza. James and Patrick were able to join us but alas, Emily was not there! It was a Voight fest for sure. Brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews rounded out the group. Sadly for us, Pat and Martha were “feasting” in the Florida sun. We missed them and several others. We ate, we drank, we watched football and we did that over and over. Thanksgiving night was spent at the 85th Annual Plaza Lighting Ceremony. It did not disappoint.
On Friday we did a little bit of shopping and headed to round 2 or 3 of Voight Family food fest. Saturday morning found us at a breakfast buffet doing what we seem to do best! When we did leave the table, a trip to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art to see the Plains Indian exhibit. It was packed but a wonderful show. Here are the pics:
The exhibit was large and these pictures do not do it justice. We also went through part of the first floor permanent exhibit. These pictures below are for my daughter:
And we also got a shot of the lawn that was peppered with TIPIS!
We managed another meal at the River Market that was fabulous.
I am stopping here because I am hungry! Just kidding but figured you were worn out by now. Hope your holiday season is going as well as ours, let me hear from you!8 Comments
Looks like fun!
Hope your Thanksgiving in Oklahoma was fabulous.
That Plains Indians exhibit looks awesome!
Also, great shots of the Egyptian artifacts in the permanent exhibit-thanks 😀
Can’t wait to see everyone one very soon
Oh, the tipis are so cool!! I’d love one in my backyard.
Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is a Tipi!
It was a pleasure seeing you guys for another lovely Thanksgiving! Glad to see you all got out and about to see some cool things in Kansas City as well. Looking forward to seeing you all again soon!
It was a wonderful Thanksgiving!!! It would have been perfect if only Emily would have been with us!!!
I can’t wait to see the Plains Indians exhibit.
It was indeed a great Thanksgiving.