What's the one Thanksgiving dish your family can't live without?
What do you do after the meal is finished? Play football? Watch football? Movies?
Thanksgiving football is another of my favorite traditions. I am a die-hard NFL fan, I don’t care who is playing. The TV is locked on the games from morning until late night.
Pumpkin, Pecan or Apple?
Definitely pecan but pass me a piece of pumpkin, too.
Are you up early the next morning to kick off your holiday shopping?
When I’m celebrating Thanksgiving with my family in Milwaukee, my cousin Carla will have me up at 4am and to the mall to stand in line for bargains. When I’m home in Los Angeles — no Friday shopping, I’m not that organized. I prefer the after-Christmas sales. However, this year I WILL be in the thick of the holiday rush because I’m doing an author Meet & Greet at the Barnes & Noble/Westside Pavilion on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Thank you so much for this warm Thanksgiving memory.
Thank you so much for inviting me to share! Your questions stirred fond memories. I wish you a happy and joyful Thanksgiving!
Thank you, Rochelle, for the fun time. Ah, that Ouija board you're wrapping isn’t by any chance for me, is it? (an unemotional Botox face would be more appropriate for Rochelle at this moment than the frozen look of utter horror I’m sportin’) Oh. No. Rochelle, please there’s no need. I just couldn’t accept such a dark… err, I mean darlin’ sentiment, Rochelle. Please pass it on to someone who wants to sleep with their eyes open for all of their lives. I prefer other types of bumps in the night. Meow!
Happy Thanksgiving from my house to yours! Thanksgiving wishes from the Blogcritics team, too.