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#2189468 11/28/13 12:55 AM
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Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

Going to celebrate with (almost) the entire family over at our house.
Nineteen human beings smile

Lots of food & laughter, maybe some music too.
Everyone in my family plays something or sings (except for the dog)
Going to be one loud house!

My brother is bringing a second TV smile
The kids always want to watch their own stuff upstairs

So how are you going to celebrate?
Happy Thanksgiving!

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I'm in Greece, where we don't celebrate thanksgiving, but I will admit that I feel very lucky to have my family, my wife, my kids, my job, my hobbies, my food at the table and everything else (yes, including pianoworld)... smile

So thanks ^_^

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It's good to be thankful, even if you do not celebrate Thanksgiving where you live. Good for you!


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Happy Thanksgiving back at you! And to all.

Visiting family in Texas. Would you believe, colder than back home in Olympia? Anyway, very musical family, so doubt the weather will chill the celebration.


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I'm in Texas also, John - flew in yesterday. I was very surprised at the 35 degree weather - we thought it would be in the 50s. It's supposed to warm back up today, though.


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Originally Posted by Nikolas
I'm in Greece, where we don't celebrate thanksgiving, but I will admit that I feel very lucky to have my family, my wife, my kids, my job, my hobbies, my food at the table and everything else (yes, including pianoworld)... smile

So thanks ^_^


If you're ever in the US at this time of year, join someone for a traditional T-Giving feast. It's a great tradition.

I'm the "bird man" in my house. I'm roasting the beast with truffle oil, dill and garlic under the skin. Yum. It should be done shortly.

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Happy Thanksgiving,everyone! Have a great day. I flew from Switzerland to Missouri on Monday, and I am celebrating with my Mom and brother. I am very thankful to spend this special day with my family in the US this year.

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Happy Thanksgiving and Hanukah to those celebrating this holiday as well.

I am grateful and thankful for many things, including this forum here and you good folks. Cheers!


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Happy belated Thanksgiving to all.

Thank you PW teachers for giving me the idea to take off the week of Thanksgiving. This is my first year to do this. It's been enjoyable.

I'm still at the family gathering and there is a crew of folks in the kitchen preparing breakfast and asking who wants chocolate chips in their pancakes.

The funniest thing I overheard yesterday, was my nephew saying "The cat is licking the turkey by the way". LOL!


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Originally Posted by Nikolas
I'm in Greece, where we don't celebrate thanksgiving, but I will admit that I feel very lucky to have my family, my wife, my kids, my job, my hobbies, my food at the table and everything else (yes, including pianoworld)... smile

So thanks ^_^


If you're ever in the US at this time of year, join someone for a traditional T-Giving feast. It's a great tradition.

I'm the "bird man" in my house. I'm roasting the beast with truffle oil, dill and garlic under the skin. Yum. It should be done shortly.
Oh man... it sounds great!

Honestly I'd love to, although I'd be honest that I'm not sure I know so well anyone from the US to "crash" their thanks giving dinner/lunch/whatever... :P

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Nikolas, You are welcome to crash Thanksgiving or any other meal at my house!


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