This year we went to Cracker Barrel for Thanksgiving. Yep. And it was packed. There was an hour wait and at first i didn't want to stay...but where else were we going to go. We walked around the shop ( more like maneuvered our way around people and candy and toys) We played checkers and even played with some of the toys. I found a raggedy Ann doll and remembered that old Raggedy Ann and Andy movie. Jeremy didn't know what i was talking about so i pulled up a clip on my phone. The characters in that movie were kinda creepy. Anyway, the hour went by pretty fast and we were seated.
We got the Thanksgiving dinner and it was pretty good....but not like mamas cookin' ;). Our waitress was a bit crazy and the couple next to us seemed to argue most of the time. I was surprised at how many families were there. I mean i can understand a couple like us who don't have any family around or older couples whose kids might not be around, but i guess they didn't want to deal with all the hustle and bustle.
When we got home i wanted to try the pictures again. We got all set up and took a few before, of course, my camera battery died. I was hoping for at least one decent picture! While i was uploading the pictures we were talking about going to go see a movie, but that never happened. It was starting to get late and we had just missed one of the times. So i got into my pj's and we watched some shows on Netflix.
Here are a few pictures we got...a couple take outs and a couple good ones...
....the next two are the good ones :)
Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! (almost a week late).
We've already got our Christmas tree up and most of the decorations. I'm planning on making a wreath for the front door today. That's as much decorating as we're doing outside this year. Our neighbors across the street though have already got lights, nativity scenes, blow up santas and snowmen out! It's been relatively warm (50's maybe 60's) over the weekend so i think everyone really took advantage of it. I was driving home from dance last night and would look down the streets of neighborhoods and could see so many houses decorated already! I liked it! We may have to go Griswolding this year! Which is what my family calls going out to look at Christmas lights. Oh, and the Urban Dictionary...
The act of touring through various neighborhoods searching for garish, tacky or otherwise 'over-the-top' holiday displays.
I'll post our Christmas decorations later!