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I love the preparation most about Thanksgiving.
by otter77 on 11/22/2012 11:17:40 AM
I love all of these Im deff thankful for all of these!
by serenitybaum on 11/22/2012 10:58:36 AM
Unfortunatly, all of my fam isn't going to be coming up this year for Thanksgiving. But, even though they aren't here, I am very thankful for our amazing family and the food we are able to have today. I am very blessed. Everyone, have a wonderful holiday! God bless!
by Laineyluv123 on 11/22/2012 8:31:39 AM
My mom, my two sisters, and I have a tradition of going to Dunkin Donuts for breakfast Thanksgiving morning and I always get a coffee and muffin. I'm soooooo excited to spend time with my mom and sisters and look forward to the rest of the dat! ... and Black Friday;)
by Georgetown Cupcake on 11/22/2012 8:21:00 AM
MOD MOD MOD
For Thanksgiving, we normally have family friends come over. Our family friend has two grandchildren that come. One is 11, and the other is 7. They are hyper, hard to entertain, and I don't enjoy being around them but, I know I can't really avoid it. This year my cousins, 14, 12, and 10 will be here as well. They are all very different and different genders. Both of my parents have said it's not my responsibility to spend the night trying to entertain everyone and I agree. This year, I'd like to not do that whereas in past years I have. Do you have any suggestions for activites they can do where I don't have to be involved? We have a wii or board games I could try to set up for them to do, but I'm not sure if that's enough for the night. My other 19 year old cousin is here as well and I adore her so hopefully I can use her some to get away. Anyway, sorry for the lengthy message- I'd just like to know how to make this year less painful! Thanks!
Hey Girl! Those games sound like a great plan! Im sure that's enough. If it isn't, pop in a movie.
by littlemisskarate on 11/22/2012 2:25:10 AM
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