Did you know that IKEA sponsors the Thanksgiving Day parade in Philadelphia, PA? At least since 2008. That is so....awesome. And weird. They sponsor a couple different floats and balloons but this is the only IKEA theme I could find.
More pictures and information can be found here.
For most Americans today is a day where we reflect on the things we are thankful for and eat a ton of turkey. There is historical significance to this tradition although lately it just seems like a feast day to load up on reserves for the hours of waiting in line and shopping tomorrow. I'm not a shopper but that won't stop me from loading up on all the trimmings.
There a things that I am thankful for and one of them is you. I love checking the blogger stats to see who has visited this blog. I can see page views, traffic sources and country of origin (Hello, Germany. Hello, Australia. Hello, Latvia. I had to look you up on the map but I'm glad you stop by!). Even though I don't hear from you I know you are there and that makes me very happy.
Thank you for supporting my pet project. I hope that you are finding it informative and maybe a little entertaining. If you find yourself spotting things in the TV/Movies you are watching and your spouse, dog (rabbit) or imaginary friend is tired of hearing you send me an email. I am always glad to get help with the content I post. I would give you many thanks.
I hope you have a wonderful day - unless you are these guys.
|Turkey gang outside my kitchen window.|