Wow I have such a mixture of emotions today. I was meant to spend my first Thanksgiving with Nathan’s whole family, cozying up with him, eating all kinds of vegetarian delights prepared by his lovely mom and celebrating my first proper snow with him.
Instead I’m stuck at home working on a frighteningly impossible amount of work trying to break the main hump before it breaks me, watching the Thanksgiving Day parade on TV and squealing about the snow all on my own. I’ll need to raid the fridge later (and try my best to resist the Chort’s halloween basket) for my Thanksgiving dinner.
Next year I’m definitely not missing it.
Anyway, I hope wherever you are today my American readers, that you have a fantastic day!
And the most important part of this post – Nathan, I miss you terribly!!!!!!
This was the first time in years tat I’ve taken the whole day off, it was fabulous! Esp because it is a double holiday for us with Bsti not only having his birthday, but the big 40, a landmark to be sure! so I made it extra special, only my parents came over and it was a really nice day/evening.
I to was looking forward to your review Livvy, you shouldn’t let work get in the way of American tradition ~;)
Well, what a shame. Sorry you had to miss out on all the festivities. Hope you get all your work done by the deadline.
Rats! I thought there would be an interesting review of your first Thanksgiving here…sorry you missed it.
Hope you dig yourself out from under that pile of work soon.
And I’ll see you at Christmas!!
aww… sorry you couldn’t make to the all american thanksgiving with our family. i’m actually in the same position. i too was unable to make it to the dinner, due to work.
there is always next year.
Man, I’m sorry, I just couldn’t resist!!
A no,no,no! Go eat Turkey with your man. Damn be the deadline!