So what time is dinner?

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So what time is dinner?
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Thu, 11-27-2003 - 7:48am
Since Dallas is playing at 3:00 today I am shooting for about 1:30.
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Thu, 11-27-2003 - 9:27am

We're aiming for 1:00, for the same reason.


The bummer thing is this blows my whole "sneak over to my sister's for some turkey" plan, because she is also serving at 1:00 - which is in direct violation of our longstanding "Thanksgiving at noon" tradition. Why she picked this year to be a rebel eludes me.


Of course, it's my fault, because I *asked* my MIL what time she'd like to eat, instead of just setting a time. See where being a nice girl gets you? ;)

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Thu, 11-27-2003 - 9:32am

"Go Cowboys!!!"

 

Linda - wife, mother, grandmum                     &nb

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Thu, 11-27-2003 - 11:43am
Dinner's at three, but my sister's dining room table is in full view of her 60" big screen!

Go Cowboys! I've always been a Cowboys fan myself! C

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Thu, 11-27-2003 - 1:04pm
Who knows. we fly by the seat of our pants. the turkey got into the over(no not by itself, silly!), at around 10am, so im figuring i will start checking it around 3pm, and start the sides. my dad peeled and cut up the potatoes yesterday while i was at work , and they cut up celery and onions for the stuffing too. i was up and dressed by 7am this morning(love those meds!), and had everything going by the time my mom came down from her room. of course my dad is up at the crack of dawn, and no meds for him, cause hes practically perfect in every way just like mary poppins!! i really should go run and take a nap before the big onslaught of food and a few guests.

when its all said and done, we will probably eat around 4.