So, Thanksgiving is next week, and already we're having little issues.
My dad wants a traditional thanksgiving dinner, with the Turkey and stuffing and all that. My sister doesn't eat turkey, I don't eat turkey, and Holly doesn't eat turkey. So, Holly thought it would be cool to start a new tradition -- having a breakfast-for-lunch thanksgiving. I suggested this, and my mom said she would do it.
Until my dad complained.
Now, she's planning on regular "traditional" thanksgiving. But I already told Holly we were doing Breakfast thing. It's still up in the air whether we will have thanksgiving with everyone or not right now.
Apparently, turkey has only been the traditional Thanksgiving meal since the 40s. According to TV, the pilgrims had venison as their main dish on the first Thanksgiving. So don't talk to me about "tradition".
Plus, last year, all we did was fight all day.