So, How Was Your Day/ Happy Thanksgiving!

My day has been extremely cold, but I’m looking forward to tomorrow (which will be even colder). Enjoy your holiday, US peeps, and posting will resume on Monday.

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8 Responses to So, How Was Your Day/ Happy Thanksgiving!

  1. taoreader says:

    I’ve been so productive today. It must be in anticipation of doing nothing but eating and drinking tomorrow. I’m going to my sister’s so I don’t even have to cook! I’m bringing the wine. Oh, what a hard life I lead.

  2. hotspur says:

    I’m flying to Oakland tonight for the traditional vegetarian Friendsgiving. I’ll be making a quinoa-stuffed squash and eating my weight in fancy cheese. Gobble gobble, you guys.

    Gnidrah, if you’re lurking, happy regular Thursday.

  3. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    I had the day off today, and it was a pretty great day!

    Last night, I went to see Kyle Kinane, and Hannibal Burress made a surprise appearance! It was an excellent show all around.

    I’m hoping to be productive this weekend, but also plan to relax. Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. Tracey says:

    Hello from Kyoto! I made it out of Beijing, which was an intimidating but ultimately lovely place. English signs everywhere, making it pretty easy to navigate. Now I’m trying to explore Japan but my leg muscles are blasted from hiking the Great Wall so I’m kind of limping around. Happy Thanksgiving!

    • taoreader says:

      You’ve done so much already! I’ve never been to China. I hope you’re coming back with ridiculous amounts of pictures.

      Kyoto is spectacular, I’m envious. There a little train there that goes out about 45 minutes into the countryside. It’s so green and beautiful.

    • hotspur says:

      Oh my gosh, when I was in Beijing in 2005, nothing was in English. Even the stuff that was in English was barely in English. Times have changed I guess.

      Enjoy Japan, which I really want to go to some day.

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