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Thanksgiving menu: Snarky with a side of sarcasm

In the spirit of the impending holiday and all my Facebook friends who have been sharing something for which they are thankful every day in November, I thought I would share with you what I am most thankful for. (Besides the obvious family, friends, God, health, bunny rabbits, blah blah blah.)

Today I am thankful for a working dishwasher. Oh, wait. My dishwasher broke yesterday. Today I am thankful for all the food that left me with a dishwasher full of dirty dishes (because of course you realize your dishwasher is broken when it is full and not running), all of which I washed by hand yesterday with hot running water and my two fully functioning hands. I am thankful for my strong back that allowed me to stand at the sink for 45 minutes washing all my dirty dishes with hot running water.

Oh, wait. Scratch that last part. My back is KILLING me after washing all of those dishes. With hot running water. And two functioning hands.

So today I am thankful for…

Um.

Oh, screw it.

Happy Turkey Day, y’all.

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3 thoughts on “Thanksgiving menu: Snarky with a side of sarcasm

  1. You can be thankful that you didn't have water squishing up through your wood floors from the water leak prior to washing the dishes in the igloo cooler in the bathroom on Thanksgiving day with a house full of people. Yeah. That stunk! On a side note-glad I wasn't a pioneer woman! They didn't even have paper plates!!! :)May you and Stacy have an uneventful and dishwasher blessed THanksgiving!!! 🙂

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