Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  1. It's the first time I have had the thanksgiving weekend off and I am going away for the weekend. Have fun the rest of you!
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  3. by   live4today
    Happy "Canadian" Thanksgiving, fergus51!!!

    Our Thanksgiving isn't until November 28th here in the USA!

    What meals do Canadians serve for Thanksgiving? Share your Canadian family traditions with us. :kiss
    Last edit by live4today on Oct 11, '02
  4. by   fergus51
    Same as Americans as far as I know: turkey, mashed potatoes, yams, vegetables, pumpkin pie...Mmmmmm....
  5. by   J. Tigana
    Happy thanksgiving. Thanks for your reply to my enquiry.
  6. by   adrienurse
    It ain't any less of a Thanksgiving because it's Canadian!
    Happy Thanksgiving to all! Anyone score the long weekend off? I'm not so lucky, Have Sunday night and Monday off, though. Again (for the 3rd year in a row) I can't make it to the family Thanksgiving dinner, so I'm doing the token strait chick thing at my friends house. He makes a mean turkey.


    P.S. I've never had Yams before for Thanksgiving dinner.
  7. by   canoehead
    Happy Thanksgiving!
  8. by   Love-A-Nurse
    have a happy and safe thanksgiving!
  9. by   Lausana
    Yum...hope you saved us a slice of pie!

    Happy Thanksgiving!
  10. by   hoolahan
    Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian friends!!!
  11. by   nakitamoon
    Happy Thanksgiving,,,, to all my canandian friends!,,,,

    Enjoy your day,,,, weekend holiday,,,, taking a moment to give thanks for the good things in life,,,,

    ~~~ kitamoon
  12. by   Stormy
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Turkey...pumpkin pie...nothing better!
  13. by   jurbyjunk
    Hi Cheerfuldoer, Fergis's description of her T-day dinner was different from mine. Neither my daughter nor I care for turkey. We went with "Montreal Tortiere" (a meat pie, kinda like a pasty, if you're familiar with that), which is a regional dish from Quebec, plus baked stuffed tomatoes and steamed broccoli. We did opt for the traditional pumpkin pie for dessert, although we also went with mango ice cream.

    I've managed to luck out after 36 years in nursing. My department is open Mon-Fri, 0630 to 2230, and closes on statuatory holidays. Ah, the benefits of being a member of the "over 50 club". LOL