Today is Tuesday. 🗓
This means that if you live in the United States [and if you celebrate Turkey Day] then tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day Eve followed by Thanksgiving Day on Thursday.
I’m not sure if I could’ve made the previous paragraph more convoluted, but probably. I was trying to be clear and informative, logical even.
Just talking turkey, you know. 😉
It’ll be the two of us celebrating Thanksgiving together this year, most years actually. We’ve a turkey breast currently in the freezer that I’ll start thawing in the refrigerator soon. And we’ve the ingredients to make some of the fixings that traditionally go with a turkey dinner.
YEP to mashed potatoes and stuffing and cranberry sauce and gravy, but NOPE to green bean casserole and yams with little marshmallows. You may consider those last two sides part of the traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner, but I don’t like them so we’re not gonna have ’em.
Sorry not sorry, don’t even try to convince me otherwise. 🤨
All that’s left for me to do is to go to the bakery to pick up some pies, cherry and pumpkin this year, then get home safely. Starting today and for the next few days I try to stay away from grocery stores, parking lots around said, and people within.
I’ve learned that Thanksgiving week is one doozy of a chaotic shopping experience in grocery stores. Generally speaking the shoppers be frenzied, with long lists in hand. The best thing I can do is stay far away, giving everyone the space they need to shop, while I go home not grumbling about people.
Well, at least not grumbling about the ones in the stores. 🛒
QUESTIONS OF THE DAY
What don’t you like about the traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner? What do you like?
Do you have a sorry not sorry about Thanksgiving, or this week in general?
Tell all in the comments below.