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Old 11-19-2007, 10:52 PM   #16
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I'll be spending the holiday with my family in Seattle. Since it's the big Apple Cup game this weekend, my entire extended family (my parents and I from Canada, and the Eastern-WA contingent) are all coming to town for the holiday.

We'll have dinner at my grandma's house on Thursday night, then there will be other meals at various other relatives houses throughout the weekend.

While everyone else is at the football game on Saturday, my mom, grandma and I will probably go shopping or to an art show.

I'm thankful for my friends and family, my wonderful job, that I have a fantastic vacation coming up, and that life is great. I'm very thankful.
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Old 11-20-2007, 10:13 AM   #17
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It will just be my parents and I for Turkey Day. Quiet ... mellow ... yummy food, the Macy's Parade, the Green Bay Packers Game ...
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My niece is three and in her pre-pre-school they asked the kids what they were most thankful for. 15 out of 16 said something about mom, dad, grandma, etc. My niece said, "Chickens."
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My niece said, "Chickens."
That? Rocks.
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Where is everyone tonite? Cooking?
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I'll be going to my mom's for Thanksgiving dinner, along with my 2 brothers and their families and my dad. I am thankful that my mom is here to spend this holiday season with (found out last Thanksgiving that she has cancer).










I am also thankful for the Red Hill Mining Town video.
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Old 11-22-2007, 04:05 AM   #23
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We don't do Thanksgiving here in New Zealand, but tonight I went to a Thanksgiving dinner with some of the local Americans. There was lots of food that I couldn't recognise but it was all good.
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^Glad to hear you experienced an American Thanksgiving!

I've been preparing dishes for several hours and my house smells so good. I am wide awake now but need to get some sleep so I'm not nodding off into my plate tomorrow!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!
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My niece is three and in her pre-pre-school they asked the kids what they were most thankful for. 15 out of 16 said something about mom, dad, grandma, etc. My niece said, "Chickens."


Happy Thanksgiving Amercian interferencers.
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Old 11-22-2007, 03:58 PM   #26
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We don't do Thanksgiving here in New Zealand, but tonight I went to a Thanksgiving dinner with some of the local Americans. There was lots of food that I couldn't recognise but it was all good.
Cool . Glad you had fun!

Today I'm just hanging out with the family (and my sister's boyfriend is over as well), eating dinner, watching any fun things on TV, all that good stuff. As for what I'm thankful for-my family, of course (and the fact that we're all in fairly good health, my dad especially, as he's had a couple scares in recent years), my friends, having a roof over my head (partly the result of the kindness of strangers), and all the other things-music, laughter, etc., that make life worthwhile .

Happy Thanksgiving to all who are celebrating it ! I hope you're all having a safe and fun holiday.

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I had a wonderful Thanksgiving with my son. He played guitar for me all afternoon, wow! I was amazed how well he played. He could put John Mayer to shame!
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Our Thanksgiving was awesome. I cooked a huge feast and the whole family was together. After dinner, some of us watched football and the rest played 80's Trivial Pursuit

I'm thinking about heading downstairs for pie in a minute
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Thanksgiving was awesome. Lots of good food and friends. And Char, it was especially awesome because Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam was brought up, which is especially funny since you look as if you were just listening to them a couple of days ago.
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