Chopsticks and turkey

9 am. Baileys coffee. One oven. Frank Sinatra. More baileys coffee.  Turkey #1 in the oven. Stuffing in the crockpot. Carrots on the stove.  Mimosas.  Green bean casserole.  Skype with Max and DJ.  More mimosas.  Turkey # 2 in the oven. Corn casserole. Skype with Mom and Dad. Chocolate covered strawberries filled with khalua shots.  Sing a long at Claires.  2 taxis.  Trunks full.  Meet more friends at pension.  Give thanks. Eat food. Drink wine. Limbo. Dance party.  2nd plate of food.  More wine. More dancing.  Sleep.  Leftovers breakfast.  Lazy Sunday.

 Once again, a truly memorable weekend and amazing thanksgiving in Korea.

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