Why do they call it Thanksgiving day? Because it's a day to be thankful for an opportunity for remembering God's grace, to exercise family centralism, and use it as an excuse to stuff yourself
About this creation
For Thanksgiving 2007, I made this “little” vignette of a family Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving Day, to many people, involves pecan pie and a football game. So why didn’t they name it Footballing Day or Deserting Day, huh?
What else do ya need other than turkey, salad, Ranch, pumpkin, a fruit dish, broth, and a top-off of pumpkin pie? Maybe a pecan pie too . . .
“Phil, could you pass the corn cobs?” I hope this vignette signifies the importance of Thanksgiving: a time for family centralism, as well as an excuse to stuff yourself.
It makes your mouth water, doesn’t it? The lettuce and greens are real leaves, and the pumpkins are . . . well, basketballs. Why don’t I just use real Lego pumpkins, you ask me? Because they only make basketballs, not pumpkins.
Mom’s up on her feet, as always. Notice the candle at the end of the table.
What a feast . . . I don’t have much else to say, other than Happy Thanksgiving Day, you whip cream cravers!