staying home or eating somewhere else
Quoting fammatthews4:Still working on that. With DH deployed I don't want to make a bigger dinner for the kids and I, they don't really like the traditional meal. I would like to go home (OH) but don't really want to make the 10 hour drive. So I'm still trying to decide what we want to do b
We're going to NH for the weekend. I am not looking forward to the cold weather up there. It's still hitting the high 70's to low 80's here. =/
We host Thanksgiving dinner at our house. Usually ends up being 13-14 people (depending on if my bil has to work or not). I actually don't do a whole lot of the cooking- my aunt loves to cook, so she and my uncle kind of take over my kitchen : )
no plans yet my dd is having her wisdom teeth removed the day before, so it may be very low key.
We got to my MIL's house every year.
Staying home. I will work Thursday Morning, so DH will prepare the Turkey and take it to my Mom's (only a couple blocks away) to put in the oven. It will be a small gathering this year, just 5-6 of us.
Was so happy to read this question! This year, for the first time in the 22 years I have been married I don't have to bring ALL the food (including butter and coffee) to my sister in laws filthy home. My DS is a freshman about 6 hours away and he specifically asked that we host Thanksgiving here. Sister in law pouting so she won't come, mother in law and her sister not coming either - they decided to go out, one brother in law going out with older ladies, one (very very odd) brother in law coming here! Don't know if I"ll be cooking for eight (my kids, the hubs, brother in law and daughter's BF) or 25; I am the house the teens all hang at.
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