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  1. This Thanksgiving we did more decorating them normal and we are focusing on being thankful for everything we have even in rough times.

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  2. Not much bringing here. Most of our kids at grown and don’t come home much but I will cook a turkey dinner then we up the Christmas tree that weekend.

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  3. I was hoping to decorate right away, but our house just went under contract and we close on December 17th. I am hoping to be able to decorate at the new house. We are listening to Christmas music and shopping for my kids though.

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  4. Since we can’t go to my parents’ house this year due to covid, I’ll be cooking my first Thanksgiving dinner. I’ve never cooked a whole turkey….fingers crossed!

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  5. We brought the holidays by putting up our tree and decorating around the house. We usually wait til Thanksgiving night but this year we needed some Christmas joy early!

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  6. I try not to do anything Christmasy until after Thanksgiving because it takes away from the importance of Thanksgiving and I want my kids to understand that. So right now we are learning about that and the weekend after Thanksgiving we will start decorating for Christmas!

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  7. We are redoing the living room so the house looks nice. We many have a little get together, for two family members birthdays . Just about four people at a time with mask.

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  8. Decorating the house early, and trying to get all of my shopping done in november so i can relax the rest of this holiday and crazy year.

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  9. I’ve just made a ‘stock-up’ grocery run and will be hunkering down and staying home to stay safe. About the only thing I’ll be doing for the holidays will be to reach out to friends and family via phone, text and email.

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  10. We will be going to my boyfriends’ mothers home for Thanksgiving feast. I was actually surprised she still wanted to do it this year

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  11. We are just staying in our little bubble for the holidays. We will still decorate and exchange presents in the household but not much more than that.

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  12. I’ll be making cookies, breaking out the Christmas decorations, eating good food and spending time with my mom and my son safe and sound at home.

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  13. This is a totally different Thanksgiving. I have the whole week off since it’s one of the times I picked last February when we picked our vacations. (Yes, we have to pick our vacations before March 1 of every year.) Well the pandemic has totally screwed things up this year. Our state has a very high rate of positive COVID cases. It’s freaked my daughter-in-law out, perhaps rightfully so since several people in our community have passed away from it. She and my son will cook our turkey dinner and bring it to my house, but we are not gathering. I’m bummed out about the whole situation.

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  14. We will be putting up the tree during the thanksgiving holiday and decorating. Also spending time watching movies. My 11 yo is immunocompromised so she is pretty much quarantined so we will be playing board games, making things with the cricut. Only cooking desserts and buying entrees and sides so we can relax.

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  15. Not much – I live alone and have no family in the state. So probably just baking some cookies and thinking about Christmas’ past

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  16. I am fortunate to have a great son and family who live near me. I will celebrate Thanksgiving and my birthday with them. As for Christmas I will be playing that by ear as COVID is hitting my state very hard.

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  17. We’re really not doing much yet….just me and my hubby for Thanksgiving dinner and then I have to clean up the house to put up the Christmas tree and decorations. Thanks and God bless!

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  18. How are you Bringing on the Holidays this November? —> We just purchased a large inflatable Snowman for our front yard Xmas display !!!

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  19. My family isn’t doing much for the holidays this year. However, on Christmas, we’ll be doing video calls to be able to see each other and open presents we mailed.

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  20. I’ve been wrapping gifts already today, we have the tree up and I’m making the shopping list for ingredients to bake goodies

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