How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? While the sons are heading upstate with Alex, their dad is visiting Brooklyn and plans to host a big meal for his friends and neighbors (and Georgie, too!). Everyone brings something and we are in charge of mashed potatoes and stuffing. I would appreciate any good links. Here are some fun links from around the web…
a festive carbonated cocktail With only 3 ingredients.
I’m not necessarily a fan of Goop, but gift guide video It’s wonderful and hilarious.
A case for inviting everyone to everything. “Studies show that people we know are always more pleased to hear from us than we expect, especially if the invitation is more surprising or unexpected. In some cases, yes.” (Vox)
I love these incredibly soft pants You can wear it for winter walks or long flights. (Bonus: It also has pockets!)
Oh, what a difference! by styling your clothes.
this title It makes me laugh.
beautiful essay about the end of marriage. “For years I’ve been interrogating him, but was it really true? If he doesn’t believe in monogamy, why would he go through the trouble of having a wedding? But he moved on. He didn’t have the patience to rehash the past. Eventually, I started asking myself difficult questions: Why was I in such a hurry to find a husband? Why did you think you had to get married first to become a mother? When did you start thinking that breadcrumbs were a treat?” (NYMag)
What was the last novel you read? I can’t wait to dig into it These 7 lectures.
After-dinner interview with a 12-year-old boy The first person to sit at the adult table at Thanksgiving.
And three amazing sales:
* Up to 50% off almost everything J.Crew. (this coat!)
* Up to 30% off Select item In the article.we had and loved this sofa I’ve been using it for years and I love it too glowing lamp.
* nordstrom We are running a large-scale promotion across the site. This genius hair tool is on sale now.
Here’s our gift guide for 2023 so far. Please read if you like.
Additionally, two comments from readers:
What is your signature Thanksgiving dish? Tanya says: When I was little, my mom made delicious, rich and cheesy scalloped potatoes for Thanksgiving every year. I was looking forward to the crispy edges. The first year we were married, we went to Friendsgiving and called her mom to ask for the recipe.
Her answer: “I’ve never made scalloped potatoes.”
My answer was “What?” He made it every year and it was my favorite. Mom, I took you to Mom’s house! ”
Her response was, “Oh, honey, that came out of the box. I didn’t have time to make real scallops. Didn’t you know that?”
Regarding the vocabulary you’re into, Ceridwen says: Go hiking! What a rat bag! And we say “a little fraud” to describe a child who gets into trouble. I also add a lot of the word “amazing” to make it sound like my mother. ”
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