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    Have a great time!
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    Yes indeed, a happy Thanksgiving!
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    Happy thanksgiving! We don't celebrate that officially, but every now and then, we do a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Kitty View Post
    Happy Thanksgiving to all who are celebrating today!
    That's pretty close to my usual greeting for any holiday: Happy [whatever] to those who celebrate it. And to the rest, have a nice day. A friend who prefers not to celebrate holidays got me into that habit, and so help me, I think it's a good one.

    So...

    Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate it now. And to those who don't - or who celebrate it at a different time - have a nice day.

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    This was my first Thanksgiving with my whole family in almost 13 years. It was wonderful to be with the whole family again. I hope everyone else in the US had a wonderful Thanksgiving as well.

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    Thank you. I at least met with family for Thanksgiving for the first time in years; my cousin and uncle came up, and took Mom and me out to a local restaurant for a pretty much traditional thanksgiving dinner. We enjoyed each others' company - my cousin and I talked almost the whole time - and nobody had to cook or clean up.

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    Aye, Happy American Thanksgiving.
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