Thanksgiving is a holiday that is usually a focuses on old traditions and making new ones. You probably have your own way of spending the fourth Thursday of November but we’ve created a list of the most common ways to spend Thanksgiving. And we have to say, it sounds like a great way to celebrate this fall.
Regardless of where you are, there are several parades happening all over the country, with many of them televised. Of course, the most famous of these is the Macy’s parade in New York City that features plenty of celebrities, scenes from Broadway shows, and performances from all over. Usually, the parades begin around 9 or 10 and lasts right up until lunchtime.
Speaking of Lunch
Most of what the holiday in known for is its food spread. Whether you eat your big meal at lunch, in the middle of the afternoon, or as supper, your meal is probably what you look forward to most. Turkey, dressing/stuffing, ham, cranberry sauce, pie. All are traditions in most households for what some say is their biggest meal of the year.
Whether you’re a fan or not, you’re sure to see a football game on Thanksgiving. Most professional teams use the holiday for game day so many of your channels will be filled with the sport. If you’re part of an athletic family, you might even have your own game going on in the backyard before your team takes the field.
You might think that this is a boring activity for such a fun holiday, but trust us, you’ll want to nap. After second and third platefuls of turkey and dressing, a family gathering, and a game of flag football, you’re likely to be tired. Take an hour or so to relax before catching your first Christmas movie of the season, your favorite team’s game, or that extra plate of food.
We want your Thanksgiving to be a great day of traditions and family time, being thankful for what (and who) you have.
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