If I have to read one more menu about sweet potato pie, biscuits, macaroni and cheese, cornbread stuffing and deep-fried turkey I am just gonna sit down and have me a cry.
And then some of y'all are going on about black Friday and your store maps and I do cry a little bit.
Because really there is nothing like standing in line at 4:00am for five dollar blenders. Way Cooler and I LOVED every minute of Black Friday. We only had one vehicle so I would drop him off at one shopping plaza and then head for Wal-Mart. Which really was a cultural experience.
I had read about people fighting over merchandise but it was quite something to see it firsthand. Nothing says classy like duking it out over a VCR at Wal-mart at four in the morning.
We must have told every single Canadian relative about our five dollar scanner, fifty dollar digital cameras and free CDroms till they were ready to hang up on us. Forever. It was better than Christmas for these two tightwads.
But you know what made it even better? When we left Texas we didn't have room for the scanner in the car. So we sold it. For ten bucks.
And for that we are still thankful.
Happy Thanksgiving y'all.