Ok. That's all for now. Got to go get shot in the head. (nerve blocks to try to help migraines) Lol then PT.
For those living in other countries do you have a day similar to what we call Thanksgiving here? My son lived in Canada for several years so I know they have Thanksgiving just not in the same day. What things do you do to celebrate similar holidays in other countries?
The turkey thankful for vegetarians really did make me laugh out loud!!!! Thank you for posting these they are funny. Over the pond here we don't celebrate thanksgiving but that doesn't stop us from enjoying your jokes tho xx
Lol animal. I love the snowplow one. When I lived in Minnesota that really was a possibility. I would shovel out the sidewalk and driveway and then the snowplow would refill the driveway with the snow others had shoveled out into the streets. Can't tell you how much I hated plowing. It was the standing joke by mid winter that people were going to load up their snowblower and head South. When they reached a place where people asked what that was they new they had found their new hometown. :) I do miss the snow though. Gonna post a picture I have of what snows like down south.
Being catholic we celebrate with the harvest mass and at the attached primary school my daughter goes to, they bring in donations and the school makes hampers and donates them to families in need, the rest homes and some other local charities that help people in need. It's really nice and they try to get as many of the children at the school to help deliver each food hamper