Thursday, November 16, 2006

M A N I C O U T

of her mind.
of coffee.
out of town...

H A P P Y T U R K E Y D A Y...

And, even though I don't particularly go oh-my-goodness-crazy over the holiday, it is the day my husband asked me to marry him, while I was hungover, and during half-time of the Bears game, just minutes before I was going to go take a nap, and in front of both of our families. . .

So, I guess it's a special holiday.

Hope yours is too. I've got a shitload to be thankful for. I have to remember that. Hope you do too!

11 comments:

Ramblin Rose said...

Oh manic well miss you!!! come back soon but before you do make sure you stick the can of whip cream in your mouth and spray it and think of me missing out on turkey day... And could you please eat a piece of pie for me for breakfast?? Ahhh i miss pumpkin pie.....

Happy Turkey Day ...

Manic Mom said...

Ah, RR, you know if I could, I would ship you the whole Thanksgiving dinner (also because I'd rather had a box of Tim Tams than turkey!) LOL.

Two Roads said...

Manic have a safe and wonderful trip wherever you are going. Think of me as I prepare dinner for 13! It's always fun!

the everyday mom said...

I was proposed to on Thanksgiving Day! It will always be a special holiday for me, too.

Happy Thanksgiving!

violetvirus said...

Arggh...I'm gonna miss you and your crazy entries!..

Happy Turkey Day to you, too

Andie said...

have fun! and happy turkey day to you as well! :)

Eileen said...

Try not to think of us poor Americans trapped in Canada with no turkey. sigh.

Trish Ryan said...

Have a great Thanksgiving, and don't forget to be thankful for that foot cream you told us all about...It's on the top of my "things I won't mention at the table" thanksgiving list, along with my new hair dryer and Banana Republic's free tailoring service to shorten jeans. Sometimes it's the little stuff :)

Karen said...

Have a great Turkey day. Enjoy the day, the family and the remembrance of that special day. I'm thankful for great blogfriends.

Gobble, gobble!

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Here in England, we don't have Thanksgiving. Have a great time when it comes.

Ramblin Rose said...

hey manic I've moved my blog ..... go check it out... www.ramble-on-rose.com/