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I'm a big fan of doing nothing for Xmas too


On Slow day In the blog Luna Tics
So they would have correctly assumed they were closed.


On Grrrr. In the blog Luna Tics
Not a dumpster fire, Mary. "meth lab fire". Didn't you watch breaking bad? lol.


On Grrrr. In the blog Luna Tics
With everything going on right now, (new baby, new puppy, plus the same existing bullshit), I know I would have a hard time really relaxing and enjoying it. But if I end up out there for any other reason, you'll be the first to know. And if you come east, I hope you'll let me know. :)
I love hearing about other people's traditions. When I was finishing my bachelor's degree, I had a classmate who was Italian. Every year after their Thanksgiving, as a family they would make home-made ravioli together to freeze and have at their Christmas dinner. Of course, around here, tamales are THE Christmas thing. I have no patience for making them (though I swear someday I will learn), but luckily my office mate does and she always brings me some :) I looooooove tamales. Posole is also a Christmas tradition here, but...blech.


On November 23 In the blog Luna Tics
Your Thanksgivings, Lunamor, sound like the ones my Grandma used to throw, and apparently will be throwing today. :) I miss them terribly. She made the best roast goose and shrimp salad evah, and Grandpa always whipped up a batch of egg nog and shared it with us kids (with our folks' cool permission) 'to start the season off right.' After my Dad's passing and my divorce, which happened back-to-back, Mom & I just said 'fuck it' to the whole cooking thing and started the traditions of Thanksgiving enchiladas and Christmas tacos. (Mind you they were pure flavorgasm). If I wanted to make something 'Christmassy' I would bake some braided challah bread to compliment a small brick of gruyère and wash it down with a bottle of red. The hubby and I still have tacos for Christmas. Some traditions must be kept! :)


On November 23 In the blog Luna Tics
Hahaha! Steve, it was just one 'stupid American,' a cousin who'd never traveled beyond the US. She always asked me why I had to work on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. It was getting annoying having to remind her. Where in this great big world have you traveled? Kittenheel, I think I might have heard that idea in the movie 'Waking Life.' Ever see it? I like your comment, about having a completely different body from the one your Ex touched. Makes me feel better about my own divorce, and I already felt good about it. :)


On Gratitude In the blog nightie
Agreed. My son's other grandmother lives in Oak Ridge, and she's 92 years old, so he goes to see her on holidays, with our blessing, because he sees my parents regularly. Olivia usually just tries to avoid having to go to her Dad's house, although I think she's obligated to go to her boyfriend's family's house tonight, which she totally doesn't want to do. I'm taking her out to see my folks for about an hour this afternoon. Driving a hugely pregnant woman around is excellent for cutting social engagements short, I've found.


On November 23 In the blog Luna Tics
I bet if you go there as soon as they open there won’t be much of a line. I’m betting most people will assume they’re closed.


On Grrrr. In the blog Luna Tics
Many cultures have a harvest festival. That’s essentially what Thanksgiving is. I don’t expect other nations to celebrate our holidays, but then again I have actually traveled. Maybe it’s because Christmas is celebrated over much of the world so some Americans assume other holidays are as well? Stupid Americans.


On Gratitude In the blog nightie

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