Thursday, November 24, 2016

Another Happy Thanksgiving Wish to All!



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22 comments:

  1. LOL. Luckily, I don't go to Thanksgivings with those sorts of people. May that always be the case.

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  2. haha but it is more fun when they do slip out

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    1. Then there is a dead silence, followed by awkward clearing of throat, and then early departures.

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  3. Excellent advice, even when dining alone, but especially in the company of people with knives.

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  4. keep things to yourself and blow up when back at home?

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  5. Try to fixate on the positive...the happy.....the thankfulness. Save the criticism and hard feelings for a lat night rant at home lol.

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    1. Yes! That works for me. That is how it worked when I was growing up.

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  6. Hi Susan - hope it's been happy for you ... with no wordy mix-ups ...

    Cheers Hilary

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  7. I hope your thanksgiving went well ...

    Sending good wishes to you.

    All the best Jan

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    1. We had a great T-giving with our family. Kathleen cooked, we ate, and then we washed up. She has 4 teenagers.

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  8. Hahaha. Perfect! Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving, Susan.

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    1. For you as well! In our growing up times, there were many dinners like that. When those folks left, Mom and Dad ripped into them.

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  9. Too funny!

    I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  10. bahahah a modicum of wit, but still so much truth! :)

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    1. These are such strange cards! Clever, a bit disturbing.

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  11. Ha! Cute.

    Already seems so long ago. Thanksgiving was quiet for us this year - wonderfully quiet. I hope yours was nice, too.

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