As expected, our attentions are shifting into holiday mode. Second up: Thanksgiving (I consider Halloween as the first indicator of holiday time). Who doesn’t like Thanksgiving? Probably 50% of the female population. It’s a lot of work, but the payoffs are tremendous.
This year my family is going to a friend’s house for dinner. We are each bringing a dish and a wine. My assignment is my usual green bean casserole as well as pumpkin pies and rolls.
So how do you do Thanksgiving? Do you prepare the entire meal? Do you ask guests to contribute? Do you go out to a restaurant? If you go to someone’s house, do you bring your specialty dish? And what is it?
Every Thanksgiving gives us plenty of memories to reflect on in the coming year. One of my memories involves a cute little Schnauzer I once had. This dog couldn’t eat turkey. I would tell everyone that, but still tiny bites would find their way to Shaney’s mouth under the table. For three years in a row, I spent Thanksgiving night at the emergency pet care hospital. Ah…the memories. Hope you'll share one of yours.
Hope your day is happy and full of wonderful bites.