NO THANKSGIVING HERE  

spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
29165 posts
11/24/2021 10:37 am
NO THANKSGIVING HERE



Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday in a few countries. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in America. Thanksgiving Day has already taken place in Canada. Two Caribbean countries, Grenada and Saint Lucia, and the African country of Liberia, founded to home freed black slaves from America, also have their own Thanksgiving Day.

There are no Thanksgiving celebrations here in Britain. The only people celebrating Thanksgiving here are Americans living in Britain and Brits lucky enough to be invited to the Thanksgiving meal at the American embassy in London.

The closest we get to Thanksgiving is the Harvest Festival, which traditionally took place after harvest and involved eating lots of harvested food. Harvest Festival nowadays is largely confined to churches and involves singing hymns not eating roast turkey. Here, roast turkey is a very popular Christmas meal.

Of all celebrations here, Christmas is the most important to me, followed by birthday celebrations. I do not celebrate Easter but I very much enjoy that the Easter weekend is a very long weekend with two public holidays on Good Friday and Easter Monday. For that reason alone, I am pleased Jesus was crucified and resurrected either side of the weekend!


Do you celebrate Thanksgiving?
If so, how do you celebrate Thanksgiving?
What celebration is the most important to you?


To all my American friends, I wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving. And I wish all my Canadian friends a very belated Happy Thanksgiving.

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spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/24/2021 10:38 am

And not to be forgotten, I wish any Grenadian, Saint Lucian and Liberian members a very Happy Thanksgiving. I don’t think I have friends from these three countries!


scoupe42 58M  
13027 posts
11/24/2021 12:12 pm

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!


citizen4722 64M  
74202 posts
11/24/2021 12:24 pm

Yes, I remember going to the yearly Harvest Festival in my local church. Baskets of food were always in abundance.


Tmptrzz 59F  
106219 posts
11/24/2021 12:42 pm

You know I didn't know that ya'll didn't celebrate Thanksgiving until Citizen mentioned it to me the other day. What a shame it's my favorite Holiday of all. Thank you for the Happy Thanksgiving wishes..

Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Yep we sure do.

If so, how do you celebrate Thanksgiving? I make a Turkey and all the trimmings as a matter of fact I just got finished making my deviled eggs. I will be making my Pumpkin Pie in a bit here. And then tomorrow all the other foods will be made for our dinner. It's just the two of us this year. We were invited to my daughters but other family members
aren't vaccinated and we can't risk hubbies heath. I am disappointed as I was looking forward to someone cooking for me for a change.

What celebration is the most important to you? That's a great question and any Holiday Celebration where we can be with family is the most important to me..

I hope you enjoy a wonderful Hump Day my friend..

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BeccaLuvs 59F
20750 posts
11/24/2021 12:46 pm

We also don't celebrate "Thankgiving" Spunky, and like you my most special Holidays are the Festive time - Mmm ..... and guess what, that will be soon again! (And hope have the "clapping Smiley" right?!)

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CleavageFan4U 64M  
69037 posts
11/24/2021 1:33 pm

Harvest Festival sounds a lot like the origin of Thanksgiving.

For me, traditionally Thanksgiving was for traveling to see far flung family, whereas Christmas was spent at home. (Of course this all changed with Covid.)

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lok4fun500 111M  
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11/24/2021 2:39 pm

yes, we have already celebrated Thanksgiving...we usually have turkey then we make turkey soup with the leftovers. I guess you could assume that Christmas would be the most important celebration around this household! (the Mrs birthday is the same day!




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Paulxx001 64M  
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11/24/2021 3:13 pm

Thanksgiving and Christmas and ANY celebration where the whole family can get together, is always a treat. Of course, Christmas is the one steeped in tradition and a more serious underlying theme but they're all good — in their own way.
Cheers 🥂 😎 ❗ ❗


staci_19702 51T  
3354 posts
11/24/2021 3:18 pm

And happy thanksgiving to you!
We enjoy thanksgiving as a family. Sometimes it’s a reunion with lots of family (20+). Sometimes it’s just the 4 of us. It’s a day to just be together, thankful for each other. People go all out here in the states I guess. When I was younger, it was at grandmas house. Lots and lots of food and people. Everyone is dead now, so it’s simpler. I miss it though. Pecan pie. Yum.
We are blessed. And I’m thankful for that.
This year, I’m home alone. Has never happened before. Not sure what to do. Interesting.

Have a great day! 💋
Staci


LadiesR2B1rst 58M  
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11/24/2021 4:01 pm

I guess I learn something new every day. Thanks for posting.


lonlyforlove2 79M  
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11/24/2021 7:18 pm

You need to observe all the holidays of the world.. Then you could have choice of fine meals more often..
Thanks giving here is very tradition, turkey with all the fixings, plenty of desserts, pies ans so forth.. Then a relaxing afternoon to one's enjoyment..
I think I should celebrate my birthdays more so than others, I think there will be fewer of them!!!!

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author51 59F  
129125 posts
11/24/2021 11:19 pm

As you know Canada has already had its Thanksgiving so there is no Thanksgiving dinner for me today either. Christmas is the holidays I enjoy the most Hun.xoxo


smartasswoman 64F  
35755 posts
11/25/2021 12:42 am

I haven’t done anything special for Thanksgiving in a few years. My sister has always been kind enough to take me in at Christmas so I don’t really expect it at Thanksgiving as well. I’ve hosted a few ‘Friendsgiving’s throughout the years, but it is an awful lot of work for what is not really my favorite kind of food!


pal334 67M  
45551 posts
11/25/2021 6:51 am

I am all in for the celebration. It is a comfy celebration with family and friends. I enjoy the meal (and of course left overs ) with them.

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MustaschRide99 69M
327 posts
11/25/2021 2:00 pm

I heard a rumor that Brits celebrated Thanksgiving on the 4th of July!


DanielZwat1950 71M  
431 posts
11/26/2021 4:38 am

    Quoting MustaschRide99:
    I heard a rumor that Brits celebrated Thanksgiving on the 4th of July!
Good one! I heard that too. LOl


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/26/2021 1:13 pm

    Quoting scoupe42:
    Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!
I hope you had a good Thanksgiving.


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/26/2021 1:15 pm

    Quoting citizen4722:
    Yes, I remember going to the yearly Harvest Festival in my local church. Baskets of food were always in abundance.
The Harvest Festival services I attended, if I remember correctly, is that there was lots of food around but no one was eating it!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/26/2021 2:16 pm

    Quoting Tmptrzz:
    You know I didn't know that ya'll didn't celebrate Thanksgiving until Citizen mentioned it to me the other day. What a shame it's my favorite Holiday of all. Thank you for the Happy Thanksgiving wishes..

    Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Yep we sure do.

    If so, how do you celebrate Thanksgiving? I make a Turkey and all the trimmings as a matter of fact I just got finished making my deviled eggs. I will be making my Pumpkin Pie in a bit here. And then tomorrow all the other foods will be made for our dinner. It's just the two of us this year. We were invited to my daughters but other family members
    aren't vaccinated and we can't risk hubbies heath. I am disappointed as I was looking forward to someone cooking for me for a change.

    What celebration is the most important to you? That's a great question and any Holiday Celebration where we can be with family is the most important to me..

    I hope you enjoy a wonderful Hump Day my friend..
I hope your Thanksgiving meal went down well.
I love any excuse to celebrate!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/26/2021 2:22 pm

    Quoting BeccaLuvs:
    We also don't celebrate "Thankgiving" Spunky, and like you my most special Holidays are the Festive time - Mmm ..... and guess what, that will be soon again! (And hope have the "clapping Smiley" right?!)
Your clapping smley came through good! I haven't mastered that yet!
I still find it strange that your Xmas is in the summer and mine is in the winter. Xmas here is celebrated with cold snow, I guess your Xmas cards are Santa Claus sunbathing!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 4:02 am

Though having similar origins, Harvest Festival is now very much a minority pastime here. We save our turkeys for Xmas!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 4:03 am

    Quoting lok4fun500:
    yes, we have already celebrated Thanksgiving...we usually have turkey then we make turkey soup with the leftovers. I guess you could assume that Christmas would be the most important celebration around this household! (the Mrs birthday is the same day!
I wouldn't like my birthday to fall on Xmas Day. I think I'd get fewer presents as people would give me a joint present instead!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 4:09 am

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    Thanksgiving and Christmas and ANY celebration where the whole family can get together, is always a treat. Of course, Christmas is the one steeped in tradition and a more serious underlying theme but they're all good — in their own way.
    Cheers 🥂 😎 ❗ ❗
All holiday celebrations are good. We need more of them!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 4:24 am

    Quoting staci_19702:
    And happy thanksgiving to you!
    We enjoy thanksgiving as a family. Sometimes it’s a reunion with lots of family (20+). Sometimes it’s just the 4 of us. It’s a day to just be together, thankful for each other. People go all out here in the states I guess. When I was younger, it was at grandmas house. Lots and lots of food and people. Everyone is dead now, so it’s simpler. I miss it though. Pecan pie. Yum.
    We are blessed. And I’m thankful for that.
    This year, I’m home alone. Has never happened before. Not sure what to do. Interesting.
I love pecan pie. I haven't eaten one for ages though.


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 7:54 am

    Quoting LadiesR2B1rst:
    I guess I learn something new every day. Thanks for posting.
And many thanks for stopping by.


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 7:55 am

    Quoting lonlyforlove2:
    You need to observe all the holidays of the world.. Then you could have choice of fine meals more often..
    Thanks giving here is very tradition, turkey with all the fixings, plenty of desserts, pies ans so forth.. Then a relaxing afternoon to one's enjoyment..
    I think I should celebrate my birthdays more so than others, I think there will be fewer of them!!!!
Thta's good thinking celebrating all the holidays in the world. More meals and maybe even more presents!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 7:56 am

    Quoting author51:
    As you know Canada has already had its Thanksgiving so there is no Thanksgiving dinner for me today either. Christmas is the holidays I enjoy the most Hun.xoxo
Nothing beats Christmas!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 8:00 am

    Quoting smartasswoman:
    I haven’t done anything special for Thanksgiving in a few years. My sister has always been kind enough to take me in at Christmas so I don’t really expect it at Thanksgiving as well. I’ve hosted a few ‘Friendsgiving’s throughout the years, but it is an awful lot of work for what is not really my favorite kind of food!
I've not heard of Friendsgiving. I had to look it up. I've leant something new today. Many thanks.


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 8:01 am

    Quoting pal334:
    I am all in for the celebration. It is a comfy celebration with family and friends. I enjoy the meal (and of course left overs ) with them.
There's always leftovers after a roast turkey. I either make a turkey curry or sandwiches depending how much is left over.


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 8:02 am

    Quoting MustaschRide99:
    I heard a rumor that Brits celebrated Thanksgiving on the 4th of July!
Very funny. I'm all for Britain becoming the 51st American state so we can celebrate Thanksgiving!


spunkycumfun 61M/66F  
40548 posts
11/27/2021 8:04 am

Perhaps Britain should revoke American independence and start taxing Thanksgiving meals!


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