Everyone hold each others’ sweaty hands. We must give thanks and pray. blachch…
All of you will have your turn at the table to release your souls and “out loud” tell us all what you are most thankful for this evening.
Gravy! No. Good gravy. That’s all I’ve got.
Start thinking about it. You only have a couple weeks to go before Thanksgiving judgment day. I’m ready.
I’m thankful for paper towels. I keep them with me, especially on Thanksgiving, like a man carrying his gun in his holster. Spills will fly and herbs and spices will be splattered. Since I am cooking here, that’s what I’m thankful for this evening. I don’t care about the drunk uncle telling terrible stories at the child’s table. I’m not thankful for him. That may have been me a time or two. I’m also thankful for my wife who is a septic inspector. Not a fun job, but she has to earn the meals I provide her.
Fully loaded for Thanksgiving. That turkey will pay for his sins.