Question Of The Week

Question of the week: Do you host Thanksgiving dinner or do you go to someone elses house for Thanksgiving dinner?

I have had to host Thanksgiving dinner only twice. I really don’t mind cooking the Thanksgiving meal in fact I actually enjoyed doing it. We usually go to my mother-in-laws for Thanksgiving. We usually have 14 of us all together and most of us end up spending the night.

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  1. I usually have to. NO..I always have to. Don’t get me wrong, I love seeing my family and getting together but I’m not a fan in any way of Thanksgiving. I’m the only girl in my family so all these holidays fall on me to do. I don’t mind Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Fourth of July…etc…..I have to do all of them and I just don’t enjoy Thanksgiving for many reasons. First of all, I don’t like turkey. Secondly, we like to decorate our house that weekend so I have to clean for Thanksgiving, clean up afterwards and then clean before I put out my Christmas stuff.

    Also, I feel Thanksgiving and Christmas are so close together and I get Thanks done and barely turn around and everyone is asking about Christmas. It’s not the cooking either because my husband and I both love to cook. It’s all the prep and clean up time afterwards.

    I don’t mean to sound bitter but I just wish ONE TIME, someone else would take one of these holidays.

    We have gone to everyone bringing a side dish and a pie. That way my mother-in-law just has to worry about the turkey. She does not worry about cleaning the house either especially with all the kids! One year we chipped in and hired a maid for her for after Thanksgiving!

  2. LOL this is on my blog too! I had no idea you had that posted here. **blush** (I’m sooooo far behind on my blogging.) I shall post a link to your blog.

    I love the fact that we have the same sense of humor. 😉

    Is having the same sense of humor a good thing or a bad thing? Hmmm, makes ya wonder! 🙂

  1. Because I have a strange sense of humor « Don’t put boogers in your neighbor’s cereal…

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