What are some of your Thanksgiving traditions. So far, for us our usual tradition is going to my Aunts house. Everyone picks a holiday. She has Thanksgiving every year. This year we're steppping out of the box and going to the movies later.
I don't think you'll get many thanksgiving traditions from 'around the world'. As far as I'm aware its specifically an American tradition.
Canada has a Thanksgiving, too, it's in October. We were in Prince Rupert, BC during the holiday, once, but nobody invited us over so I'm not sure what their Thanksgiving is all about.
We always go to hubby's sister's house, she lays out quite a spread of great food. I still cook turkey and the whole shebbang at home so we can have it as leftovers, lol. We just eat and drink and visit all day long. For us it's more about gathering than a patriotic day, I guess.
I never really understood thanksgiving. Something to do with an agreement between the native americans and the invaders?
no thanksgiving here in Ireland just an ordinary day..... like any other
We gonna have spacial dinner with my family at home. Happy thanksgiving to everybody
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