A Hot Thanksgiving: That’s Just Wrong

I resent the type of weather on Thanksgiving in which it is possible for me to wear shorts if I wanted to.

Something about Thanksgiving screams turtlenecks and sweaters, not tees and flip flops.

It will work for my dad, who is the official Turkey BBQ’er (yes, we put our turkey in the barbeque, and man, it is delicious!) for he will not be shivering in the cold. 

But for everyone else? Bah humbug!

3 Comments so far

  1. pittrollie (unregistered) on November 24th, 2009 @ 1:26 pm

    I agree with you Gina. The last time, 2007, we went home to Pittsburgh for Thanksgiving it actually snowed! During the same trip we also got a thunderstorm before the Steelers – Dolphins MNF game. I was in weather heaven. The only bummer though, the severe lighting before the game postponed kick-off and I didn’t get to see trashtastic weave wearin’ Bret Michaels sing the National Anthem.

  2. Dave Share (daveshare) on November 24th, 2009 @ 11:47 pm

    Heat GOOD!!!

  3. frazgo on November 25th, 2009 @ 3:56 pm

    Having lived in the rust belt I can promise you days like we have had pushing 80 is the best way to celebrate Thanksgiving. We’re having friends over for the traditional dinner ‘cept it will be al fresco out on the patio enjoying the beautiful day.

    Save the cold for Christmas when you want a fire in the fireplace to make it all homey.

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