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2010-11-28 3 306 Vimeo

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my Stateside buddies! Thanksgiving is hands-down my favorite holiday of the year. I'll spare you the reasons why and get right into the 5x5. This year's Thanksgiving was one of the most low key Turkey Days I can ever remember having. I'm not complaining. However, I would have loved to have had our usual company of Robin (Mike's best friend from high school) and her two girls. They've come to our house the past couple of Thanksgivings and Mom and I were a little upset for them not coming this year. Their loss. I would have also loved spending the day up north in Connecticut with my mom's family. I've dreamed about it for what seems like my entire life but the desire has only increased as I've gotten older. It'll happen some day. It might not live up to my expectations but I'd be willing to give it a shot. As far as the day went it pretty much followed the basic Thanksgiving Day schedule it has for the past few years- First thing in the morning everyone eats (1.) Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls while watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. Mom puts the turkey in the oven and it cooks for a few hours. While it's baking (2.) Santa Claus finishes the Macy's Parade and, just as Mom says in the background, NOW it's acceptable for Christmas stuff to start happening. When the turkey's finished cooking, all of the sides are warmed-up (those that Mom's made on previous nights) and/or cooked. Mike and I wouldn't let Mom go all out this year so she kept it simple. Everyone loaded up their plates with their favorite sides, lots of turkey, and sat down to eat. We (3.) didn't sit at the dinning room table, we didn't eat off of the "good" plates, we did, however, stuff our faces with lots of Mom's delicious food. I got my stuffing, along with turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, and rolls so I was perfectly happy. All of the food was perfect. There was lots of random (4.) conversation and lots of the usual Hobbit kitchen table awkwardness. I can't even. After lunner is over and everything is cleaned up, Mom gives (5.) Duncan and Gabby their share of the Thanksgiving meal. Each of them, and Xander too, get some turkey outside. After that it's basically whatever. Some years we go to one of the only stores that's open, Garden Ridge, and wander around. Some years we play boardgames or cards. Other years, like this year, we laid around the house and did nothing. For me, I worked on 5x5s. I've said it lots of times before, but thanks to all of you that watch, like, and especially, comment and read the descriptions on my 5x5s on a regular basis. I wish I knew who each of you were so I could give you a hug or something. I also hope each of you that are in the States had a great Thanksgiving and a great start to the holiday season. Gobble, gobble! http://imsvsims.com