Monday, November 11, 2013

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

We found Charlie Brown Thanksgiving at the Library a week ago, and I am not quite sure it has stopped playing since we brought it home. I am pretty sure I can recite every line at this point. Please understand, I am not complaining. I was never a Charlie Brown kid growing up. I never understood the fascination with Snoopy or Charlie Brown. NOW, as a mother of three very active, loud children I cherish Charlie Brown. It is a soothing cartoon, one that you don't mind having on replay for two solid weeks. I think I see some Charlie Brown DVD purchases in our future! If Santa wants to drop a few off he is more than welcome!!!

Another great find that we actually stumbled upon last year at the Library is Albuquerque Turkey. My kids are too young to understand the point of the book, but my husband and I love it. It is about a farmer with a pet Turkey, and the approaching Thanksgiving Holiday. The night before Thanksgiving the Turkey becomes very worried about his future. It is very cute, even cuter if you are a vegetarian or have pet Turkeys! I think I am going to break down and purchase it.

In case you are wondering, that is about as far as I have gotten in my Thanksgiving planning. I have an idea of what our meal will be. We are not traditional Thanksgiving people so I think this year our meal will be Prime Rib and Crab Legs. Sounds good to me!


  1. Prime Rib & Crab Legs? I'll right over! lol!
    Hugz & ILY

  2. Gotta say, your Uncle Rudi absolutely needs his turkey. He's more traditional than native born Americans. Guess what we're having? The Prime Rib & Crab Legs sounds good. Love, Aunt Linda


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