Hosting Thanksgiving dinner is no easy feat. It takes a lot of planning and effort to cook and serve that feast. It’s basically the cook’s equivalent to running a marathon: you may have trained for it, but it’s still going to take you five hours to finish. And you probably won’t be able to walk the next day.
That’s why it’s nice to give your host a little something to show your appreciation. You could bring a small gift for the meal or table — a bottle of wine, a bouquet of flowers — or you could do something else, something that will really treat your hosts to the break they deserve. We have one major suggestion that always wins, hands-down.
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I have a pretty fast paced life. I'm fairly successful and travel a lot. Come from a really good family and love to spend the time I have with them and friends.