Wednesday, November 30, 2011


You may not know this, but what we did for Thanksgiving this year is the tradition we've always had ever since 2006. We always did a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. That's the type of dinner that goes with toast, popcorn, pretzels, and jelly beans, and pudding in glasses. You can see these pictures of them. We always did that for lunch before the real dinner with turkey and other things.
I will tell you about what our dinner is like after I tell you of how this Charlie Brown Thanksgiving dinner works. We find a volunteer to play the role of Peppermint Patty off of the movie. My sister Prima Donna asked that she could play the role. The role of Peppermint Patty is the part where she freaks out of what kind of Thanksgiving dinner it is. And then learns a lesson of what the true meaning of Thanksgiving it is. We always do that because it's a really fun tradition. And then we watch the movie of it right after the lunch.

And then later on with dinner, we have the delicious turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffings, cranberry sauce, corn, pumpkin and pecan pie, and then the best treat of all that anyone could ever have on 14-layer Jello. My sister Bossy makes that delicious Jello every on Thanksgiving to appreciate thanks to all of us. I hope that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving, no matter how your traditions go. Christmas is coming. I'll tell you by the time I'll tell you what our Christmas traditions are later on.


  1. My favorite part is the chocolate pudding.

  2. I'm glad to hear you had a wonderful time on Thanksgiving. It sounds like so much fun to be a part of your large family. I have some old family friends with 11 children and if I am visiting the grandmother next door during a holiday, they always call me to come over and be a part of their preparations/celebrations. I'll be visiting them in just a week's time, but only for a week, and not during any holiday this time.


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