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Top 24 responses to 'Celebrating Thanksgiving is like'.....
Ramesh C. Reddy
TOP 24 RESPONSES TO “Celebrating Thanksgiving is like……”
Tradition which represents FAMILY & FRIENDS (time to reunite with loved ones), FOOD and FESTIVITIES (For my family, traditionally we have Karaoake/ Games) and being grateful for the things you have and taking the time to be THANKFUL for the gifts God bestowed upon us!
Winning the Backyard Brawl
Hot chocolate with marshmallows and whipped cream on a cold winter night.
The season in which it is celebrated! A reminder of the bounty of the past and a renewal of hope for what is yet to come.
Great shopping on Black Friday.
Gaining the “Freshman 15” in a single day.
Eating so much, you explode.
Getting your mom and aunt drunk and playing waffle ball in the back yard.
Nothing else, it is what it is – ahh, a breath of fresh air.
A party for my taste buds.
Blowing up a balloon, the more you put in the bigger it expands.
Eating at a buffet where you don’t have to pay because you know the owners, and they are your parents.
Atkin’s worst nightmare on your dining room table.
The setting sun over the skyline, where as improbable as the sea-line touching the sky, the older generation gracefully melds with the new.
Taking a college exam – it takes at least 8 hours to prepare for, but it is over in less than one.
A Teddy Bear: Stuffing on the inside with a warm, cuddly smile.
Getting under the safety shower in chemistry after being lit on fire.
Riding a roller coaster; it takes a long time to get to the best part but then it’s all over so quickly.
Taking a long walk on the beach! It seems so great until you decide to stop and realize you’ve ate more in one sitting than any Virginian would in a lifetime and somehow you’ve expected to walk all the way back. And to tip it off, a seagull eats your biscuit.
Surgery: Pleasantly drifting into a coma only to wake up in Jello recovery.
Swimming in a warm stew of hugs.
Frolicking in a field of cranberry sauce and then resting upon hills of mashed potatoes.
A fire; it melts away the frost of the mundane everyday life, it warms the heart of the family, and it sparks the Christmas Spirit.
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