We've had our leaf and acorn-shaped pancakes, with lots of syrup and some bacon to round out the meal. Now we're waiting for the Macy's parade to come on, so we'll watch that until we get tired of Broadway showtunes and SUPERSTARS touting their up-and-coming new shows or movies. (That should take all of 15 minutes, if Troy has anything to do with it!)
Later, we'll go to a friend's house for turkey and trimmings. I'm in charge of mashed potatoes, which I think I'll handle beautifully. I also made a sweet potato casserole yesterday, just because it sounded good. And then, this evening, we'll go down to Utica Square for the tree(s) lighting and arrival of Santa. After that, we always come home and have corn soup and breadsticks. This year, since we don't have anyone who could come over like we've had in past years, we're going to watch "A Christmas Story" while we eat, so The Kids are looking forward to that.
I hope all 3.5 of you who read this blog have a wonderful Thanksgiving!