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    Default Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

    We're celebrating Thanksgiving here in the US this week! What's everyone got planned? We're going to have my wife's family over and have a simple feast and just hang out with the kids and then of course my wife has a big shopping trip planned with her friends for that night, so I'll be on kid duty.

    What's everyone doing?

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    Ah another black thursday shopper lol! Walmart has the goods this year from what I can see, but then again they usually do. This will be the first year that I'm not doing black friday, just not financially in that position this year. I am going over my parents for dinner, which will be pizza and wings and some snacks. We are not traditional by any means, last year it was steak and shrimp. Nobody feels like cooking this year...

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    Well both sides of the family is coming to my house, tons of food to be cooked, according to my mom Wednesday will be reserved for cleaning, cleaning and more cleaning. But Thursday I am going to be fat and happy while watching football
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    Planning on having a quiet Thanksgiving. My daughter and her husband coming into town to join us. I'll cook th turkey and make the stuffing and dressing using his recipe and how he taught me many years ago. He did the same for the many my folks were married.

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    Happy Thanksgiving to @TRPLXL2, @ChromeSilver02, @goldie too.

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    Just another day at work for me, my employer is a 7 day a week 24 hr a day company and unfortunately holidays seem to be busier than most other days.

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    Hey to all my American GMTC friends and drivers, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! from south of the border !! Us Canucks had ours in October.. Enjoy your turkey and day off!!

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    We are having 18 to 20 people over. Family, friends and neighbors. Our church kitchen is the focal point for the annual feed the community Thanksgiving dinner. Churches and charitable groups in town prepare different parts of the meal. Then the individual plates are prepared and distributed. Also needy families come to the church and pick up the prepared food. I forget the exact number but it was well over 5000 meals last year.

    Well, I am on the clean up crew. So while my family is preparing dinner, I will be cleaning at the church kitchen.
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    I will be stuck in Korea away from my family everyone enjoy your families and don't take the small things for granite I miss mine dearly and hate watching my baby boy grow up in pics.

    Everybody have a great turkey day and eat lots for us over here!!!!!


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    No plans just another day, I don't celebrate any holidays. I guess having missed so many like Mahan they don't mean nothing no more. Thanks Mahan for your service

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