One who observes and thinks about what has been seen, what has passed by my way, what greater meaning lies behind and beneath life's small events.
LOL. Luckily, I don't go to Thanksgivings with those sorts of people. May that always be the case.
I mean: people I disagree with.
I knew what you meant...it is okay.
haha but it is more fun when they do slip out
Then there is a dead silence, followed by awkward clearing of throat, and then early departures.
Excellent advice, even when dining alone, but especially in the company of people with knives.
or stiletto heals and long scarlet nails.
keep things to yourself and blow up when back at home?
Try to fixate on the positive...the happy.....the thankfulness. Save the criticism and hard feelings for a lat night rant at home lol.
Yes! That works for me. That is how it worked when I was growing up.
Hi Susan - hope it's been happy for you ... with no wordy mix-ups ...Cheers Hilary
I hope your thanksgiving went well ...Sending good wishes to you.All the best Jan
We had a great T-giving with our family. Kathleen cooked, we ate, and then we washed up. She has 4 teenagers.
Hahaha. Perfect! Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving, Susan.
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.
Too funny!I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
And to you as well!
bahahah a modicum of wit, but still so much truth! :)
These are such strange cards! Clever, a bit disturbing.
Ha! Cute.Already seems so long ago. Thanksgiving was quiet for us this year - wonderfully quiet. I hope yours was nice, too.
It was a great day and we enjoyed our family
Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!