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I hope y'all had a great turkey day, I did. As usual I'll be back in the swing of things by Monday. I hope the sales were good for you and you don't have any to crazed shopper stories. My shopping report is that a little green bug will be following me home :) And so it goes chirp,chirp. Bk did you get your computer? DH how did that turkey turn out? DW how was the family dinner? Chelle? Lisa? How were yours?


Deborah said…
Our dinner was great. We had it tonight at my parents. On Friday, my sister, my daughters, Michelle and I went shopping. We shopped about 18 hours that day. But, most of the shopping is done! Now if it was just wrapped and my house decorated. Oh well, there is just so many hours in one day!
Chelle said…
Hey everyone had a great day shopping on Friday and we left at 445am and returned at 1015pm how fun is that. I don't know if my right leg will ever be the same. For our shopping enjoyment the "turkey" made an apperance as did Little orphane annie. and we rocked around the tree also see ya all friday.
Betty said…
Yes, turkey day was great and I survived the 13 hour camp out at BB. We had a blast!! We had a tent, heaters and one guy in front of us went home and got his TV - hooked it up to a battery and we got to watch Grey's Anatomy. How cool is that! There were a few "incidents" but they were under control and I got everything I wanted plus some!!! Looking forward to seeing everyone Friday!
Debbie H said…
Turkey turned out fine, although I thought it was a little tough. My pies were great. 12 pounds of turkey for 4 people is waaaayyy too much, I am tired of it already! Black Friday was a day of cropping at Bonnie's for me, no shopping no how no way. I sent Jackie to Target on Saturday night and she found almost everything I wanted anyhow. I went back to Target yesterday for some peaceful no-lines shopping. Walmart tonight for groceries, just hate those crowds! See everyone on Friday!

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