I hope everyone had a wonderful, turkeyful Thanksgiving day. I had a great time at my sister's house, her husband's Uncle Kenny made the whole thing worth going to, even if there hadn't been loads of delicious food and great company. I'm willing to bet we had the only Thanksgiving dinner in the country where the main topic of conversation was what happened to amputated limbs after they were cut off. There was also a discussion of what everyone did with their dogs when they died. Classic
Sadly enough, the day after the one that is dedicated to giving thanks for what we have is the one dedicated to mass consumerism. Black Friday literally turns my stomach - I hate everything about it. Rude pushy people fighting with other rude pushy people to see who can get the last $200 tv - when you know darn well that everyone of those rude pushy people have at least one, probably more, tv's already in their houses. Glut and greed isn't attractive on anybody.
We had a weather extreme here as well. Yesterday was unusually warm and beautiful - it was 63 degrees outside when we pulled into my sisters street at noon. People were out walking, biking, etc, working off their huge dinners. We had a pretty stiff wind blowing though, and that wind brought in a cold front that brought an end to our Indian Summer. The wind is still here, but our 60 degree temps are a thing of the past and we're in the low 30's now. BOOOO!