Thursday, November 24, 2011

Be Thankful on Turkey Day

Thankful for.... liquid leggings, the most wonderful item of clothing to own.
Thankful for... daily office visits from my Cousin. He works on a different floor but I look forward to when he comes to shoot the sh*t with me for a few minutes.

Thankful for... my family. For which there are no words needed.♥ ♥

Thankful for... my career. With so many economic woes, I'm very grateful to be employed.
Thankful for... pictures. Which brighten my world in every way. It is my most cherished hobby.

Thankful for... my Grandma Fran and thankful that I got to see her before she passed this year. I miss her very much.

Thankful for... Petfinder.Org., which gives homeless animals a fighting chance.
Thankful for ... my ability to form my own political opinions because I don't have blind allegiance to one party.

Thankful for ... the free tampons at my work because I am often unprepared. TMI?

Thankful for ... my plan for 2012 and knowing what is in store.

Thankful for... good beer. Not beer... good beer.
Thankful for... hair dye for making me feel better when I'm bored.

Thankful for ... the parties I hear my married neighbors throw. I like when married life doesn't just equal a bassinet.

Thankful for... fans because I hate sleeping in stale, silent air.

Thankful for... the Boy. For being so supportive of me all the time and for having the funniest hairdos.

Thankful for... Friends episodes (ESPECIALLY on Thanksgiving), Archie Comics and seltzer mixed with orange juice: all youthful tactics that I still employ daily to stay happy and sane.
Thankful for... my friends. No words again.

Thankful for ... you, my blogging world. Very much enjoy our encounters.

Thankful for ... my friend Juan, who is one of the funniest friends that I have. I can't really explain us, I can only say that we're going strong after many years.
Thankful for... almost getting through 2011 in one-piece. It hasn't really been my favorite year.
Happiest of Thanksgivings!
How To Cook A Turkey:
Step 1:
Go buy a turkey
Step 2: Take a drink of whiskey
Step 3: Put turkey in the oven
Step 4: Take another 2 drinks of whiskey
Step 5: Set the degree at 375 ovens
Step 6: Take 3 more whiskeys of drink
Step 7: Turk the bastey
Step 8: Whiskey another bottle of get
Step 9: Ponder the meat thermometer
Step 10: Glass yourself a pour of whiskey
Step 11: Bake the whiskey for 4 hours
Step 12: Take the oven out of the turkey
Step 13: Floor the turkey up off of the pick
Step 14: Turk the carvey
Step 15: Get yourself another scottle of botch
Step 16: Tet the sable and pour yourself a glass of turkey
Step 17: Bless the dinner and pass out

What's one thing you're thankful for?



Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm thankful to have a few days to take a break and just enjoy a long weekend with lots of things I love :) (Hopefully with a few Friends Thanksgiving episodes!)

Unknown said...

hahaha i wanna make a turkey like THAT!
i love all of these thanksgivings posts people are doing, makes me stop and think about all the wonderful things i have in my own life.

Rick said...

Happy thanksgiving, Caitlin! What a thoughtful, stylish expression of thanks. I'm thankful for coming across your blog and the chance to share ideas and creative expression. Love your blog. Enjoy this day with your loved ones :)

Jaime @ laviejaime said...

Great post! so much to be thankful for.... I am in total agreement with most of these, and of course Friends episodes! The Thanksgiving ones are seriously the best. Happy Turkey Day :)

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving!
I love your blog - your post made me smile! We really have so much to be thankful for.

Harriet said...

I'm also thankful for good beer. :) And friends and family, of course. Happy thanksgiving!

| C AND C | Sarmin said...

Happy thanksgiving, Caitlin!


Sierra said...

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving girl!

erika sorocco said...

Archie Comics? Hello, I think you may be my long lost BFF. I still have ALL of my Archie Comics from when I was a kid. Seriously.

I hope that you had a Happy Thanksgiving, Caitlin! :)

Rick said...

Hope you had a great thanksgiving, Caitlin! I'm sure it was very stylish! :)


Love your thankful list. You are so funny. I love when you said that your job provide tampons. I'm always unprepared.

Kim Axani said...

Oh Caitlin, the more I read your blog the more I realize how much we have in common lol.
NO your whole tampon tribute wasn't TMI, I never really have any when I need them, but then when I'm off they'll come flying out of my purse when I reach for something else haha.
And beer. Beer is good. GOOD Beer is best =)

Elle Sees said...

thankful for my job! amen.

stilettolover91 said...

The first pic is amazing!!!! Love it!!!

Johanna said...

I love that you are thankful for all these things because they are GREAT things to be thankful for!! xo

devorelebeaumonstre. said...

nice. :) xo

Bonnie said...

I love that you are thankful for free tampons. Aren't we all?
I hope that you had a lovely Thanksgiving. You deserve it.
P.S. Liquid leggings are a must.
Twitter: @GlamKitten88

Kara said...

Oh man so much love for almost everything in this post, wow. Definitely kudos to liquid leggings. And OMG jealous of free tampons!! And I'm thankful for good beer too and people who know what good beer is!! The best one? Your married neighbors. We like to think we are pretty fly married people, no bassinets :)

Happy Thanksgiving! I'm thankful that you share your life with us via your blog!

cryskay said...

love the top in the 1st photo! xx

Anonymous said...

wonderful list! and i would give anything for some free tampons now (i pay tons for tampons with NO applicators. ew)

im most thankful for my dog who helps me everyday put a smile on my face here in a foreign land.

and good beer. it keeps me sane here :) hope ya had a nice thanksgiving!

Vanessa said...

That "How To Cook A Turkey" is hilarious! Just too funny!

I'm thankful for family, friends, my cuddly cat, good wine, music, and my fiance!

Hope your thanksgiving was wonderful!

JW | PEONY said...

this has been my favorite "thankful" post I've read... so specific! I love.

Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl said...

2011 hasn't been good to you? Humm, it's interesting, because all year long I kept hearing people say how 2011 was such a cool year... Like it was busy, brought bad stuff as well, but like it was such a powerful driving force making them go forward and all. Been this way for me too. Maybe yours is exception only to prove the general rule? lol Anyway, love your list of thanks :) And love the turkey cooking how to :))