The fridge is full of leftovers (<= click for details), the sink is filled with dishes, and the sky filled with dark grey clouds spitting rain.
But Thanksgiving day itself was bright, sunny and the warmest (near 60) we've seen in 29 years, so we were able to enjoy a nice walk around the gardens after our dinner.
Today I will tackle those dishes and take leftovers to Mom who didn't join us yesterday.
Otherwise I'm staying inside. I'm not a good shopper even in quiet times let alone the frenzy that the Friday after Thanksgiving has become. BUY THIS and SAVE. BUY THAT and SAVE. BUY before SOMEONE ELSE GETS IT.
Nope, not for me. Buy little or less and save MUCH more, as we growing number of frugaleers around the world have learned. Others can fight the queues, the crowds and the crush for the opportunity to spend. Me, I'll snuggle on the couch with a good book for a while, then work on some hand made Christmas gifts this weekend. I'll sip tea, watch old movies and bask in the truly warm glow of fellowship, friends, (and fiscal solvency ;-D).
Hope your Thanksgiving was as warm and wonderful, too!
Saturday morning weather update: 20s & snow Brrrrrr