When I got up this morning it was a little cloudy but most of that burned off by lunch and it turned into a nice day.
Sitting around last night it suddenly occurred to me that it was going to be Thanksgiving in a couple of days and I didn't have anything special to eat. So this morning I drove into town and bought my Thanksgiving meal. I know, I know, I was just there yesterday and could've bought everything I needed then, but due to my lackadaisical attitude, and outright aversion towards making any kind of plans, I didn't realize Thanksgiving was that close.
So in order to put a little variety into my Thanksgiving meal I went to a Safeway instead of the Walmart. I realized I was going to have to pay a little more for some things, but Safeway has some things that Walmart doesn't have, and I'm in the mood for something different for Thanksgiving.
So for my Thanksgiving meal I'm having some smoked salmon, that I didn't catch or smoke, some baked beans straight from the can. Crab salad made with genuine simulated artificial imitation crab. And for dessert a coconut cream pie, made with real essence of coconut, and something that smells funny but vaguely resembles cream just like your mama used to make, if your mama worked in a huge pie factory that turned out 100,000 pies a day.
Naturally the meal wouldn't be complete without a fine adult beverage to wash it down and soothe your throat that's still burning from the cream on the coconut cream pie that smells kinda funny, so I've chosen a pretentious but at the same time inexpensive one-month old beer that apparently has the power to "lift my kilt".
I hope I don't sound to braggadocios to those of you who are stuck eating the same old turkey and cranberry sauce Thanksgiving dinner that's been around since the beginning of time, but I just wanted to share with everyone what a real Thanksgiving meal can be with just a little imagination and no cooking abilities whatsoever.
sometimes I wish I had a smaller rig that Fit into places that the Arctic Fox won't.