We spent Thanksgiving at Jenny's sister's and mom's house in San Jose. Jenny cooked veal for the main dish along with a veggie dish, and we picked up a pre-cooked turkey dinner at Safeway (which was surprisingly good). The other dishes were from Costco. It seems that no one has time to cook these days.
Prior to that, both Russell and Punky had Thanksgiving luncheons at their respective schools. I attended Punky's Thanksgiving feast, which was held the Saturday before the holiday. I think the boys are beginning to understand the meaning of the holiday, which is good.
It's hard to believe that the year is almost over.
At Punky's school, the Thanksgiving lunch was hot dogs, which Punky points out isn't 100% pure beef
The boys inside Cousin Andrew's Spiderman tent
Jenny gets ready to carve the Safeway turkey
The Thanksgiving dinner table, prior to Costco dishes
Russell after finishing his dinner of chicken, eggs and rice