Random thoughts this Thanksgiving Eve, which have got me wondering on Wednesday.
If no one showed up for Black Friday sales, whether they happen the Friday after Thanksgiving or on Thanksgiving itself, would stores stop having them? And if it really mattered to us that everyone had Thanksgiving Day off, wouldn't we all get our grocery shopping done by Wednesday?
If you were to go out shopping for that one great deal, what would you be shopping for?
I wonder if the Macy's ad this year will include the "there's no greater way to show your love" $99 engagement ring they had last year?
Speaking of ads, there was a little box in the paper the other day, telling me that my Thanksgiving paper would cost more than a usual Thursday paper, because it had all the ads. It won't come postage due or anything, but my subscription will end sooner because of it. I'm wondering, since the difference in price is not a full day's worth, if they're going to put a self-destruct timer on my paper sometime next spring?
Is it really possible that a pardoned turkey could have been eaten by the Pardoner-in-Chief? Egads!
And who knew that those articles on the cost of Thanksgiving Dinner were so out of whack? I mean, it doesn't even include mashed potatoes! Or that the survey is done before Halloween, when everything is full price? The 16-pound turkey the article says cost $23.36 would cost $7.68 at most grocery stores in my neck of the woods.
If the male turkey is named Tom, what's the female's name?
Happy Thanksgiving; may you, your families and friends all travel safely, arrive on time, and don't forget to tell whoever did the cooking that everything was delicious. Celebrate what you're thankful for, and try and add to that list each year; it's one that can never be too long.