I had a really super Thanksgiving! My mom and I watched the parade and ate French toast and hot cocoa. I liked the Underdog balloon and the Tom Turkey float. (Underdog is an older cartoon I used to watch when I was a little kid). My mom didn't cook this year, because we were going to eat at Susan's house! We walked over at 4 o'clock. The house smelled delicious and Mrs. Hormsby (Susan's mom), had the kids' table all set.
Susan and Raychel came running in from Susan's room. Raychel was of course, the first one there, because Susan and Raychel's families share a duplex.
Mrs. Shaunessy (Raychel's mom) had been there all day helping Susan's mom cook, and Raychel had been there playing.
Susan had invited some of us in school last week. Kim and Bridget and their families showed up first.
I know that because Lisa, me and my mom came in right behind them.
We rapped awhile and then Susan's mom announced it was time to eat.
Each of us took a turn and said what we were thankful for.
"I'm thankful I can have some of my best friends here to share this day."
"I'm thankful that my grandma's feeling better and that my mom and dad let me come here today."
"I'm thankful for a groovy town like Springfield, where everybody knows everybody and we're all safe."
"I'm thankful for all of this yummy food we're about to eat."
"I'm thankful for my mom and that I'm doing better in Math."
And then at last it was time to eat! And Kim was right, it was all so yummy!
And then it was time for dessert! 3 kinds of pie, and ice-cream! Outta site!
I love cherry pie!
Everything was so good, and I had such a groovy time. Before we left, I gave Susan a big hug!
I have so much to be thankful for! And I hope people are still thankful for what they have in the future.
Until next time, future readers,