An Eastown Thanksgiving

Last week Saturday, a sizable group (Tuuk, Mark, Carolyn, Joel, Adam, Lucas, Sarah, Dan, Lisa, Dave, JHo,Jplant, Alan, Junko, Toshiro, Brian, Marcia, Beth, Mark H, Mary [apologies to anyone whose name I misspelled or omitted]) got together and Tuuk and Mark’s place for a Thanksgiving meal. It’s already been described here and here, and you ought to check out their pictures.. particularly Tuuk’s, as he acknowledges that I’m ridiculously good looking. Anyway, there were many people, and we had enough food to feed a small army. Turkey, roast, Ham, all sorts of vegetables, etc… and it all tasted amazingly good. All this praise coming from one who typically doesn’t like food should clue you in just just how good it was. I tip my hat to all involved, and would like to give a big thank you to Mark and Tuuk for putting this whole thing together. There was a wonderful feeling of community, I thought, that really captured what I think Thanksgiving ought to be about. I couldn’t help but feel thankful for all that I had, especially my friends, who are just amazing people. It was a great time, and I took a few pictures. In typical fashion, I managed to become miserable before I made it home, but for those few hours, life was indeed good. Happy Thanksgiving.

2 thoughts on “An Eastown Thanksgiving

  1. Con Sarnit, Ron, that changing life meter makes me think you have comments. Personally, I think that thing is a ploy to become “King of the Hill” on pagepan.com. Is this true? Remember, denying it is the same as confirming it.

    That’s right… There’s no way out.

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