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Happy turkey day!

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Happy turkey day!

Postby okbye » Sat Nov 25, 2017 3:08 am

Nobody said hippy turks day. We were very laid back. Made a turkey and a ham and mashed potatoes and stuffing and my sister picked up some mac n cheese and sweet potatoes from Boston Market and pies from Costco. The turkey was actually good, even though my family cooks it until the thingy pops up. Ugh. Luckily it worked this time. My other sister even actually managed to show up. We sent half the food home with her so the clean up wasn't that bad. My hip is way screwed up right now and standing is not my friend, my mom is 73 and very damaged and doesn;'t stand much either, and my sister and her husband have been out shopping for 1 1/2 days so no one has done the dishes yet. Any volunteers?
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Re: Happy turkey day!

Postby tj » Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:23 am

Sounds like a pretty dern good celebration of the national poultry to me. Sorry to hear of all the ailments. Hope some relief is in the offing.

Maybe there is a teenager in the neighborhood who would like some spending money for washing up? It might be worth it to round out a good holiday.

I am going to pick up a Costco Pumpkin Pie in the next day or so just because I like them and they are amazingly priced. Apple isn't bad either, but had better save getting that for celebrating weight loss.
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Re: Happy turkey day!

Postby okbye » Mon Dec 11, 2017 12:53 pm

They got a pumpkin and a pecan pie from Costco. Their pies weigh like 75 pounds. That's a lot of pie.

Dishes didn't all get washed for like 4 days. Oh well. THey always wait for you, unfortunately. You would think they would get fed up and wash themselves but no.

Oh, we have one of those teenagers who always needs money. You don't expect him to actually do some work to get it do you? Perish the thought.
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