SFPC: Day 46 - Thanksgiving in Albany
Thanksgiving day: a photo essay.
We arrived at Nona’s, my grandmother’s at about noon. We ate bagels, lots of bagels, at a leisurely pace.
At around 4pm, dinner was served. So much food.
We played cards after a late breakfast. Our game ended when it was time to start setting the table for Thanksgiving dinner.
Some of the food waiting to be served.
Family hanging in the living room.
My nona and my Aunt Judy.
Cousin Christian and Aunt Cami pre-Thanksgiving meal
Christian took a shot of my hair, and then of me.
Dad close-up. Either Christian or I took this picture.
Aunt Cami cooking.
After dinner, I played guitar, which I don’t do very much. Happy to have an audience.
Me and cousin Camille being goobers.
We came back home around 11pm. All of us in the house slept well.
Bagels and green tea.
Thanksgiving! At around 4pm. Turkey, glazed yams, butter rolls, all that good stuff. And then pie, pie, pie.
Thanksgiving was a two to three hour sit-down affair, and then we continued noshing as desired through the rest of the night.