We had a small turkey, will eat leftovers for a couple of days, then freeze anything left…and there won’t be much.
Not going shopping for anything except groceries because nobody in our area is even wearing masks and Michigan had over 17,000 new covid cases over the holiday.
Still working on getting my foot to walk up to 2 miles/day…hurts but doing it anyway. At least we can go to a nearby metro-park.
Psychopath seems to cover it best.
Happy Thanksgiving to folks who are celebrating…our day turned out to be very nice. Little bit of parade, lot of cooking, walk afterward, a little TV, and a phone call from family members.
The nice thing about Thanksgiving is that we pretty much do the same thing every year, it’s the only time of year we do it—so we don’t get tired of it, we know how it all goes together and all of that makes it really easy.
The whole idea of herd immunity is simply stupidity. It’s not going away.
I saw the explanation for no “Cathy Commiserations” for the past few days…she’s so busy processing all the orders she got for the Cathy paraphernalia, that she has no time to do them. I guess she was totally swamped and everything sold out in just a couple of days. We still love our Cathy.
trump rallies start next week.
I actually rather enjoy cooking Thanksgiving dinner…we have a couple of things like dressing and sweet potato/apple casserole that we don’t eat the rest of the year. It’s kinda fun to fix…we start with the pies on Tuesday, dressing on Wednesday, turkey and veggies on Thursday. It all goes together really easily.
It’s not rocket science…who didn’t know?
My parents ordered a turkey with all the fixin’s every year because my mother couldn’t stand the smell of the oven. Since I moved out 50 years ago, I have always cooked my own.