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Happy Thankgiving!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by dylskee, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. dylskee

    dylskee Feeling the Heat

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    I just wanted to wish all my friends here at Hearth.com a Happy Thanksgiving! May your day be filled with family, friends, food, beer and football!!!
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  2. adrpga498

    adrpga498 Minister of Fire

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    My plan also, stay safe on the roads too.
  3. David Tackett

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    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
  4. dylskee

    dylskee Feeling the Heat

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    Great Thanksgiving, great food, spent time with family and the pats DESTROYED and embarrassed the Jets! Man life is gooood!
  5. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    We had a nice family dinner. The food was great, but I ate too much. Then the wine and tryptophan kicked in and I went to bed without any pumpkin pie o_O . Had it for breakfast instead! :)

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  6. dylskee

    dylskee Feeling the Heat

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    That looks awesome BG!!!! :eek:

    That's one HUGE disadvantage for going to someone else's house for turkey day, no left overs...... :(

    We usually buy a turkey after Thanksgiving and cook it on that following Sunday so we can have some left overs. I do get Turkey soup though, my father makes it every year!
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    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    My older son posted on FB:
    I am thankful for my awesome mom who not only cooks the best meal ever but still lets me lick the whipped cream beaters at 27 years old.
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  8. dylskee

    dylskee Feeling the Heat

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    That's awesome!! I'm still doing this at the age of 42!! My father does all the cooking and my mother is the baker, and they are really good at it!

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