Thanksgiving isn’t really a tradition that we usually celebrate in the philippines like in the U.S. , so I really don’t have a single idea about the traditions, what to do, where to go the only thing about it I really know is TURKEY I know its pathetic soooo I’m gonna tell you about my first time to ever celebrate Thanksgiving.
in my previous post:
I talked about the earlier events that happened during the day.
now I’m gonna tell you the later part. since our line of work isn’t in the office type they don’t usually take breaks even if its the holidays even more they are usually more busy during holidays.so you’ll imagine how it feels like, don’t get me wrong its not really that bad I somehow like it. but since its my first time celebrating Thanksgiving and I really wanted to experience the whole shindig, so you can say that I was pretty lucky that I landed a shift lining with the holiday. 😀 ❤
but some of my housemates weren’t so lucky but at least I had a great time with Leigh, Karen and Carlos attending the parade earlier in the day after the parade was finished we walked around for a bit and went straight home coz one of my housemate’s planned to celebrate thanksgiving dinner with her aunt and invited us to join in their house but unfortunately they weren’t able to pick us up.
but FORTUNATELY ate Chacha’s Aunt and Uncle decided to celebrate their T.G. Dinner at our House so everyone was excited. they spent the whole afternoon preparing the spread while we were waiting upstairs (completely USELESS) wish I could’ve helped more. since most of us were off work at night so there was a lot of us.
Even though I wasn’t able to Celebrate this with my family was a bit disappointing, but my friends being there by my side, with people that missed their families too we were in the same boat and eating together with them I can say that I wouldn’t celebrate it any other way.
look who’s eyeing the
Yummy Strawberry Cheesecake with White Chocolate Shavings ❤
Roasted Potatoes and Grilled Veggiess
gotta have some Greens
Pumpkin Bread Pudding!
Instead of the Traditional Pumpkin Pie!
Some freshly Baked Cornbread Stuffing
and Last but not the Least
TURKEYYYYY!!!!! straight from the Oven
Now that’s a SPREAD! Ready.. Get set…. EAT!
My Home away from Home. 🙂 ❤
Thank You Tito and Tita Doris – Chacha’s Family for the Best thanksgiving!
.With all the Depressing things that Happened in N.J and NYC I really want to think of happy thoughts so.
I Recalled A Happy Memory While I Was There. to Give thanks for all the blessings that I received and to remind everyone to Always be thankful for everything that God gave us may it be big or small.
Thank you Everyone for reading My Post Hope you Liked it. 🙂
#thingsimthankfulforthisyear (2011) I’m Thankful for My Family and Friends coz without them i won’t be Where I am now, all the Good and Bad stuff that happened to me coz without those I won’t be the kind of person I am today, for my Role models and Dreams for helping me stand up everyday and strive for More,I am thankful for all the people who were mean and those that looked down on me coz they taught me to be stronger coz the world is not fair and sometimes you have to fightback. and Thank You God for giving me a lot of things to be thankful for 🙂
All photos are taken by Me 🙂
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