Let's start this Thanksgiving post off with questions from two turkeys:
So let me get this straight...
* You're having sex with your SISTER.
* You somehow manage to have cranberry sauce come up as a topic during sex.
* How the hell did you manage to do either one of those things, let alone BOTH? Freakin' weirdo.
* The writing's not the best, but it's pretty good for someone I assume is a hillbilly (those are the only types who boink their sisters, right?).
But the fun doesn't stop there, folks...
Holy crap. Is everyone sleeping with, or attempting to sleep with, cousins and siblings on Thanksgiving? Is this some bizarre Turkey Day rite of passage I've never heard about before? Yikes!
So this will be my first gluten-free Thanksgiving. My poor mom has been stressed about making all gluten-free food (there's really no reason to worry--I know that all the food will taste awesome, as always). Plus, she'll be cooking Thanksgiving dinner on her birthday--now that's dedication.
Happy birthday, Mama Grammarphile, and please don't worry too much about cooking Thanksgiving dinner; it'll be delicious! Thanks for being a truly kickass mom and an awesome person in general, and extra-special thanks for doing all that you can over the last 6 months to make my transition to gluten-free living as painless as possible. Also, I'm so glad I get to see you on your birthday!
To my fabulous readers, I hope your Thanksgivings are filled with good food and good times with friends and family (please don't sleep with your siblings or cousins, though, and if you do, don't talk about it on Yahoo, OK?). I hope you have a lot to be thankful for this year. As for me, I have tons of things to be thankful for--the best parents, an amazing boyfriend (I'm thrilled that he'll be joining my family for Thanksgiving dinner, but the fact that he's bringing some gluten-free baked goods along means he gets some serious bonus points), a new closer (Papelbon) and awesome veteran (Thome) for my favorite baseball team, a better job and better apartment than I had at this time last year (both of which are in my home state of PA), and so much more.
Here's to a wonderful Thanksgiving--and a fabulous birthday for a truly awesome mom. :)