Thursday, November 30, 2006

Almost Thanksgiving

What? You thought Thanksgiving was last week? I'm sorry, you must not have heard about the Central Israel timewarp. Here you see, it will be Thanksgiving on Saturday. Actually, there really is no Thanksgiving here (confused yet?). The actual US holiday is just a regular work day for us, but we have a long-standing tradition of celebrating the holiday the following day (Friday is a weekend here) with several other very good friends who are also originally from the States. This year though one of the spouses had to be in Korea all last week, so we had to postpone Thanksgiving. We figure once you're already celebrating on some other day anyway, there's really no reason it has to be that same weekend. So, this coming Saturday has been declared the official date of our annual MidEast Thanksgiving (Observed).

Which reminds me, I still need to write up a shopping list. I have to make a carrot souffle and a child-friendly dessert to bring with me.

3 comments:

Kim said...

Now that's cool! Hope you all have a great day.

Territorial said...

Since Thanskgiving is my favourite holiday...I could celebrate it every weekend!!! Enjoy!!!

Mrs. W said...

Obviously I'm finding this post WAAAY late... but I followed your link from a recent post.

It reminds me of the two years I spent living in South Korea with my military husband... back in the early 90s... and we would have all sorts of feasts with homesick friends there, while the Koreans wondered why on earth we were making such a fuss over a turkey.