A day to clean the house and take a last minute run to town for Brussel sprouts. I was just thinking of holidays past. Happy ones stuffed with crazy family memories. And the old sad ones where we are far away with not a chance of getting there. I guess it takes all of that to make a lifetime.
This year is special though as we all share the common burden of the pandemic. Well, at least we are all in it together. That seems kind of a consolation prize I know. But maybe we can expand on that as it is about all we got to work with.
Somehow Alice’s Restaurant is coming to mind. A tale built on the dump being closed. “Who ever heard of a dump being closed on Thanksgiving?”. I don’t think that we are going to get into the kind of trouble that Arlo did but it is kind of making something out of nothing on Thanksgiving.
I have an account on Spotify that I pay for and can’t use. I got my password so gumboed up with them that it wouldn’t even let me get close. Felipé persona non grata. Maybe Henna could figure that out tomorrow while she is here since she is such a wiz. Then we could listen to Alice’s Restaurant at our own little gathering, maybe. Would they even have it? Probably too antiquated but will give it a shot.
And what about the old televised yule log? Maybe time to light that sucker off! My Rebecca says, “The yule log instead of football?” She has a point you have to admit.
Well whatever, we need to pray for nurses and doctors who are not getting the day off. This I know. And of course there are the folks with the Covid and we need to pray for them. OK, good.
giving thanks loves, Felipé.
4 thoughts on “Turkey Day Eve”
Wishing you, your family, and your entire Camino family a happy and safe Thanksgiving.
Dave ~ thanks and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours in Austin. Felipé.
Have a new, different and great Thanksgiving!
You can listen to Arlo’s original recording for free on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m57gzA2JCcM
Love to all Phil’s family worldwide!
Ronaldo ~ Happy Thanksgiving to you and Anne. And a thank you for the link. Felipé.
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