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77 comments :

  1. going to Pittsburgh to my grandmother's & having a kids' table & the adults' table & having to sit @ the kids' table even past our teens.

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  2. The year my sister brought a small turkey sculpted from non meat vegan products and my meat eating and hunting brothers went crazy laughing!!

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  3. Reflecting on things each member of the family is thankful for and worshipping God through music and thankfulness

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  4. Wow a New Kindle Fire sssswwwweeeeetttttt! That would be the best Christmas Gift I could ever receive.

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  5. Thanksgiving with all of my children and grandchildren together was a blessing for me.

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  6. Spending it with my family was taken for granted at the time... Would love another day with them <3

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  7. The funniest Thanksgiving was when my dad was joking with me and told me my mom wears army boots and I said to him that his mother wears Spandex and my grandmother said "I do! All the time.". Milk flew out my dad's nose.

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  8. My most memorable thanksgiving was my first that I did at home... almost everything turned out horrible, i had a newborn and it was a mess but there are certainly a lot of laughs looking back!

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  9. Going around the table and having everyone say what they were thankful for.

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  10. The Thanksgiving some years ago where we had the great grandmother and grandmother and rest of the family together and went around the table saying what we were grateful for....ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  11. One year my daughter fell asleep at the table, and dove face first into her green beans.

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  12. My very first thanksgiving with my son! Really changed my thought process on the holiday and giving thanks for what you have. Never in my life had I been so thankful!

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  13. That's an easy one. 4 years ago on Thanksgiving I woke up to my water breaking and spent all day in labor, Finally had him at 8:07pm and my family brought me leftovers. I had been so looking forward to getting my grub on that day and to miss all that food was heartbreaking but all worth it in the end ;)

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  14. Going around the table and telling everyone what we're thankful for!

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  15. all of them have because now thanksgiving is not the same anymore the best thanksgivings I have had that I loved were the one when my grandmal was alive now is not the same and I miss It I miss all holidays because she's gone she died in 08

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  16. I remember hanging out with family that I did not see too often. But those family gathering forged a bond between us cousins that endures today.

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  17. Now that most of my family is gone, I really think about the times around the dinner table, holding hands and enjoying time together.
    Gigi

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  18. ****I accidentally hit "done" on the Facebook likes and there's no way to go back and edit/see which pages to like.....please do not include this entry as I cannot tell if I've liked all the pages**** Thanks! Gigi

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  19. Just being with my family and having good times

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  20. My dad would always say a huge prayer before the meal and we would all take a turn thanking God for our blessings. It reminded me to be grateful for all I have in life. I am truly blessed. Lolli S

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  21. The year grandma almost killed(well not killed,but we felt like dyin')us cooking a turkey she must have forgotten about that she had in the freezer....remember back in the day we all had those huge white freezers in the garage full of stuff we sortof' forget about.....My grandma was not one of those that you could say "this tastes funny" to and not get swatted...
    hahaha Thanks for the memories!!

    Sharon
    lunrei@yahoo.com

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  22. don't have any memories that impacted my life cos i only had one thanksgiving party, that was last year just my mom with my cousins having a dinner. but im hoping to make one! ;)

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  23. I would wake up to my house smelling amazing! My mom already cooking her big feast for all the family that would come..I loved it!

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  24. I was making whipped cream with the electric mixer. I had just lifted the bowl when my sister walked in the kitchen. The metal bowl slipped out of my hand, hit the floor, bounced and my sister was covered in whip cream, literally from head to toe!

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  25. When we would go visit our grandparents

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  26. As silly as it seems, my memory is eating ham for the first time because I always hated ham as a kid!

    Kristina G
    kegruno at yahoo dot com

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  27. When I was young and at my grandparents house and I was able to sit at the big person table! I felt so grown up!

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  28. Te first time I cooked the whole dinner Myself..=)
    I was impressed!
    lmkay630@gmail.com

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  29. The first time I cooked the whole dinner Myself..=)
    I was impressed!
    lmkay630@gmail.com

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  30. When my grandmother was alive the whole family got together and no everyone goes there own way

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  31. When all the family would get together....that was before several have died.

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  32. Most memorable Thanksgiving ever ... was spent with my Father. After a Massive Heart Attack, I'm thankful his health returned (even if it was for just a few days). It gave us some more time together. He died shortly thereafter - on December 10th. He died at the age of 51 years old. Very blessed to have had him with me on that Thanksgiving Day (and the time I had thereafter).

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  33. Most memorable that left an impact was when we didn't have any money to buy a dinner. We had peanut butter toast.

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  34. Going to Deep Creek Lake with my now husbands family..years ago...it was so nice to see a family actually get together to eat...my family never did that.

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  35. our family after blessing telling each other what we are thankful for

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  36. Cooking my first Thanksgiving Dinner at age 20. I left the giblets inside the bird..LOL!

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  37. My first Thanksgiving back at home after getting married was so special because it felt like my family was truly complete!

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  38. I can remember the first Thanksgiving meal I cooked, the breaker blew and we had to find an electrician on Thanksgiving Day to fix it. My potatoes were runny and my green bean cassarole didnt turn out. But at least our family was all together.

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  39. Just being with my family and having good times and good food

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  40. The sense of family is the overall thing I've kept with me. No matter what, you come together and spend quality time.

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  41. for me it was in 1987,my whole entire family got together for thanksgiving for the first and last time!!!

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  42. The first Tday as a mom myself!!!!

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  43. My grandfather always telling stories

    slhaydon at hotmail dot com

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  44. WOULD LOVE A KINDLE FIRE. CANT AFFORD TO BUY ONE. HUSBAND ON DISABILITY. THANK YOU JUDY FARRIS-

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  45. watching grandma get up early to cook the turkey then making us pancakes and telling stories of when she was growing up

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  46. Having my family with me and always laughter.

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  47. that the whole family would get together and be happy no matter the differences

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  48. I think my biggest memory is my first dinner with my husbands family- I didnt have Grandparents alive and it was at his Grandmothers house- I found out how wonderful Grandparents could be and still make some of her recipes myself.

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  49. Smelling the food cooking before I even woke up!

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  50. Just spending time with my grandmother before she passed.. She would always say she was too full for pie and tea, but if you gave her pie and tea after the meal, she would always find a way to finish it.

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  51. Expecting my first daughter around Thanksgiving of 2000.

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  52. young boy having dinner at my grand parents and having the best time of my life

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  53. My Mother set the kitchen on fire one Thanksgiving. The firemen cam and put it out. She then proceed to invite them all in for dinner. Being 14 I was mortified and have never forgotten it. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3@yahoo.com

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  54. Just love this so much.. wish I win!

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  55. My mother always inviting a cousin so he wouldn't spend this holiday alone.
    He was always so happy to come!
    Thank you.

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  56. i remember mom and dad getting up really early to start the turkey and all the great smells coming from the kitchen.

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  57. we always spent the sunday before thanksgiving at my aunt's house having a big family turkey day--it was always great seeing my cousins.

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  58. Spending Thanksgiving at my grandparents house.

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  59. Growing up, big family Thanksgivings made me thankful for those memories all through the rest of my life as I have lost some of those loved ones.

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  60. The Thanksgiving memory that seems to come up the most often is the first time my husband tried to carve a turkey, of course it was at the first Thanksgiving at our house, with all the inlaws, siblings and cousins and kids in attendance. We had this spiffy little electric carving knife, watched a how-to youtube video, and thought we had it all figured out. But in the end it was a mangled, shredded horror show of a bird. We made a lot of sandwiches after Thanksgiving '06.

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  61. Since I was a child we get up at 4 am and start cooking I love it its my favorite holiday

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  62. Spending it with my family

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  63. The one Thanksgiving that sticks in my memory is right after we had our frontroom remodeled with new flooring, walls, new furniture, bar, deco, etc. We set up a table in the center of our new frontroom and I went shopping for matching dinner/serving plates, tablecloth and candles, as this would be the first Thanksgiving dinner that we could sit together with our children in a nice setting and enjoy each other's company ~ we were ALL thankful for that wonderful day!

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  64. My mom always got me up very early on Thanksgiving and had me help her with preparing the turkey. When I grew up, roasting a turkey became my specialty.

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  65. Thanksgiving weekend was my parents' wedding anniversary. I hated that they would go away for the weekend every year, so my grandmother decided to make it our Christmas cookie baking weekend! From there on out, I couldn't wait for my parents to leave so we could bake, just Grandma and me. ... Until my cousins joined us a few years later.

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  66. I just liked spending time with my family.

    My e-mail: blackasphodel(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  67. I would say meeting my fiancee's family. They welcome me with open arms so nice. Great family indeed.

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  68. I would have too say meeting my fiancee family. They welcome me with open arms. It was so nice too be so welcome into a family.

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  69. The great feeling I had when I cooked the whole meal for my mother. willis flanagan @ willisflanagan@yahoo.com

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  70. I love spending it with my family. Over the past 3 years Thanksgiving has been a very sad time for my family but we are praying that it is awsome this year.

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  71. Our Thanksgiving over the past few years has been a very sad time. We are Thankful for all that we have. I would love to win this. But if I dont Im still thankful for all the support I have had from family and friends who have picked my family up and help mend all the broke pieces of our lives, We are very Thankful to them for standing with us during the hardest 3 years we have ever faced:)

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  72. Any Thanksgiving I can spend with my dad

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  73. Every Thanksgiving has special memories!

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  74. Who won this? was curious. It says winner pending. I get nervous about losing a great prize because my crazy email isnt sending me all of my email. lol

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