Since I am not from America, we do not have any kind of Thanksgiving dinner rituals or family gatherings at this time of year at home. Yet I grew up with the American culture through American movies and songs, so I have known the importance and the spirit of it even before I landed in the US.
For the first time in the last four years of my presence in this country, I cooked for Thanksgiving and actually had a great dinner with my roommate and our visitors at my new house. After the delicious meal, I sat in front of my computer to find some entertaining Thanksgiving blogs for you all. During my mission to find those blogs, I investigated a few talents about whom I will write my reviews separately in the upcoming weeks. Here are some of the most eye-catching blogs I came across with:
Three music- lover high school friends gathered together and created this blog. They apparently have amazing conversations going on among each other about music and made a great decision by sharing it with people. I very much enjoyed going through the blog- I promise I will write about them in detail- and their post about Thanksgiving helped me to find about them.
Those guys gathered the five possibly funniest Thanksgiving songs together and blogged them with their unique comments. I had so much fun listening to the songs, along with reading their comments – you should definitely take a look at them.
My favorite one is Adam Sandler’s Thanksgiving song above, they thought it was the best one, too.
Those two ladies are terrific. They have been friends for 60 years and after learning how to blog from one of their grandsons, they started their adventure and got a great number of followers with their hilarious blogs. Please do go to their website, there is a picture of both that needs to be seen!
I have always found it very entertaining to talk to old people since I was mostly raised by my grandparents- my parents were working so hard, plus I have two more sisters. Reading those ladies made me feel so warm inside. I loved their way of conveying their oral discussions into writing. Especially, their sarcastic style of writing is too funny.
I loved this article about Thanksgiving, it reminded me so much of my grandfather. He is a typical old man and he always tells my sister and I: ‘I get too excited before your arrival to see you, and then get too excited when you are leaving again- because I get tired of you!’.
Thats why those two ladies sounds familiar from to me. I told you, I love old people. You should take a look at their blog and get inspired by the fact that blogging has no age limit!