Thanksgiving was lovely, if slightly blurry. :-) (Do you think my hair is getting too long again? I'm waffling.) We had turkey issues, but no one seemed to mind, and everything else was delicious. My favorites were my cornbread stuffing, this fabulous cranberry sauce with dried cherries and cloves, which is going to become a holiday staple, I think, and Sheelah's nummy pumpkin cheesecake. My poor sister brought a terrific sweet potato salad, really delicious, but she got called into the hospital to do a procedure just before dinner, so didn't make it to our place until we had finished dinner and were getting ready for dessert. I had room for a bit of salad, though. :-)
Oh, one domestic note -- I was searching for a soup tureen, and after failing to find anything I liked at C&B, Pottery Barn, etc., I actually found a great one at Kmart, totally unexpectedly --I had just stopped in there to get something to stick under a candle, and found this whole line of Martha Stewart Everyday Vintage china that I really liked. It's sturdy, affordable, and has beautiful nineteenth century ironstone style. I couldn't believe this lovely tureen was only $40 -- I ended up getting several pieces in the line, and used them all on Thanksgiving. My favorite was probably the pierced compote dish, which held the cranberry sauce gorgeously. The dishes went very happily with my cream china. Very satisfying, and a great deal. Recommended!
We've been having a pretty quiet weekend since then; Kev got back Friday, and mostly we've been reading, watching tv, playing Warcraft, and cleaning up from Thanksgiving. Tomorrow I think I'll start putting up Xmas stuff. Yay. :-)
Hope your holiday weekend is peaceful and happy...