Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope you all have wonderful Thanksgivings and that none of you are forced to eat bad casseroles or dry turkey.



For your enjoyment, read last year's Thanksgiving post:



Last Year's Thanksgiving Post



and



Last Year's Guest List

6 comments:

Hilary said...

Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving. Save some leftovers for your Canadian readers.. just not the bad-ass ones. :)

Eric said...

Happy Turkey day to you too

bluelikethesky said...

For a variety of ridiculous sibling craziness on both sides, The Man, Small Child, and I are "the family on the outs" this TG. It's been a delightful day! A duckling roasts in the oven, herb-bacon-cornbread stuffing is baking, and there's not a nasty-assed recipe to be found. Those are all 2 miles away, at my mom's, where my sister can't possibly top her last year's contribution: a blueberry pie from WalMart, proudly bearing a clearance tag, with a watery puddle of dissolved sugar on top.

kerry said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, too! I had a really yummy dinner- all the traditional stuff, predictable in some ways, but excellently done. In the company of friends, so it could have been crap and I would have enjoyed it, but having good company *and* good food?

Fantastic.

Anonymous said...

hi..ive been reading your blog for a good while now, and i just wanted to say...yesterday my ma made one of those freakin casseroles and she put crushed butterfly crackers on top..made me think of you and laugh in real life. luv ya muchly.

Chris (dippy chick) said...

Happy Thanksgiving! We were lucky to not have nasty-assed food. It was all incredible - and gluten free. My husband is a good cook and my GF stuffing and pie came out really good.

Hey, is Mommom Jewel okay? I woke up last night around 10:20pm and her name (which I know is not real) popped into my head, which I thought was really strange. I'm sure it's nothing.

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