Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgivings, otherwise known as turkey day, is just two days away. I have so much to do before then. I work both of my jobs today. The first one from 9 to 3, the second one from 6 to 11. That doesn't give me much time to do anything else today. I won't find out my exact schedule for tomorrow (Wednesday) until I go to my second job tonight. I know I have to work my first job from 2 to 9.
We have two houses to go to on Turkey Day. My in-laws at 1, and my side of the family at 3. For both sides I have to make dessert. For my side I just have to make a banana cream pie. On the in-laws side I have to make an apple pie, pumpkin cheesecake and also a banana cream pie. I have no idea when I am going to make time to do all of this either.

Dave and I try to make Thanksgivings morning as relaxing as possible. The main tradition is sleeping in and watching the Macy's Parade. This year I bought a pack of cinnamon rolls to throw in the oven as a quick easy breakfast. I also am planning on going to the gas station to get the newspaper so we can make out plans for Black Friday shopping.


What are your traditions for Thanksgivings Day.

2 comments:

Kristen said...

I definitely don't participate in the Black Friday madness, crowds are not my thing! I love watching the parade though! Good luck getting your desserts made on time!

Natalie said...

Oh man sweetie that is a serious schedule for the next two days. I have a hard time doing much of anything productive after the hour of 7pm, let alone function at a second job. I hope you will be able to not spend too much time getting the desserts ready, so you can still relax on Thanksgiving morning. Hope you have a great one. Don't die on Black Friday. Yikes! People can be crazy.

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