Don't worry, kids- You'll be taken care of. I've prepared a full slate of posts for the next four days for those of you who will still be reading blogs. Me, I'll be in NC for some reason I still can't figure out. I really don't see why we can't just have Thanksgiving at my parents' house, or at least somewhere a little closer than a seven-hour drive. It's a fun time and all, but it doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
I still need to pack and put those double chocolate chip cashew cookies I was going to make last weekend in the oven to bake. Other than that and picking up all the wet gear from my backpacking trip that I laid out all over the apartment to dry, I'm pretty much ready to go.
Oh, and I've still got to try to get caught up on your blogs if I have time before we leave. No promises.
In parting, here's a funny little clip that played on the Philadelphia news stations a few weeks ago after the World Series, brought to my attention by my grandmother. It shows one way that all the cheery people waiting for the victory parade amused themselves.