I'm kind of nervous about Thanksgiving right now.  Most of my inlaws will be coming over and my sister and her family and my other sister.  However, things might get kind of weird because then my husband started inviting some of his other family members, one who crossed some lines with one of my sisters and now I am all nervous about this family gathering.  I wish my sister would have not done what she did because now I am so embarrassed and you would think my husband would know better than to invite his cousin.  If I tell my sister that my husband's cousin is coming for dinner she will definitely not come and that would probably mean that she will spend Thanksgiving alone.  :(   I can't leave my husband's cousin out of it now because his cousin's mom (aunt) is now coming over too and she has now idea what even happened.  Lord, help me!  This is one of those times when I wish I lived in some remote far away country where I could just crawl under a rock and stay there until everything blows over.  Oh, and by the way, the only reason I know what happened is because my hubby is unable to keep the secret that his cousin told him.  In addition, my sister's ex-boyfriend is still friends with my husband and he is driving out here from North Carolina and may make it in time for dinner  and I don't think my sister knows about that either.  What do I do? Also, my married sister is very religious.  We are talking about no t.v. and no music kind of religious.  I usually make some reasonable accomodations for that.  Like I said it is a little complicated now with my hubbys invitation of extra family members.  Of course, he put me on the spot when he invited them all.  It's not that I don't like them its just that maybe we should of talked about it first.  What should I do now?  I'm thinking I might need a couple more glasses of wine with my Thanksgiving Dinner! 

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Nov. 21, 2010 at 9:21 AM

that is scary                           go to your happy place   

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