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Zoom Vacations celebrates Thanksgiving with our annual trip to Peru, with Thanksgiving dinner in a private colonial mansion.
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Thanksgiving Around the World

is it safe to buy Clomiphene online Gratitude is celebrates around the world in many different ways.

Kinky Boots provides opportunity for conversation
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Kinky Boots provides opportunity for conversation

Kamogatachō-kamogata On November 28th, I was in the midst of what was a rather picturesque all-American Thanksgiving scene. Everything was under control in the kitchen, chores were being done around the house, dogs were playing on the porch, and my partner and kids were doing puzzles and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving […]

Six Word Stories
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Six Word Stories

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season which can be a difficult time of year for many. Sometimes, we need a little levity to make it through the stress of travel and family dinners and tired kids. Towards that end, a few of the VillageQ contributors offered up six […]

Defining Family
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Defining Family

I was 15 when I asked my parents how Uncle Dave was related to us.  They looked at each other a bit perplexed. It wasn’t that this was some tawdry secret; I think they had just never considered how having your child call someone “Uncle Dave” for her entire life […]

Apple Granola Crisp
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Apple Granola Crisp

This brings to a close our first ever Thanksgiving recipe extravaganza here at VillageQ. We hope that you all have a fabulous dinner and, if you try any of the recipes we’ve shared, let us know. Bon appetit! ~ The Editors [hr] Thanksgiving dinner is a labor of love. It takes so much time […]

Thanksgiving Sides: Brussels Sprouts and Cranberry Sauce
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Thanksgiving Sides: Brussels Sprouts and Cranberry Sauce

I admit that I am addicted to new and exciting Thanksgiving recipes. I love trying new things. However, I cannot tell a lie. I always hated brussels sprouts. I also never knew that it was “brussels sprouts” and not ” brussel sprouts” until I was working on this post. I […]

Bird and Bread
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Bird and Bread

Yesterday, we passed along some recipes for first courses on Thanksgiving but it’s time to get into the meat of the dinner – literally and figuratively. First up, let’s talk turkey. I must confess that I do not like to touch raw turkey, so, I have never been the one […]

Why doesn’t anyone write happy poems?
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Why doesn’t anyone write happy poems?

In Northern California this year, November has missed her stage cue. Seventy degree days and no rain in sight. So yes, the leaves on the trees that border this park have flamed up red, but in the distance, the hills, pocked with dusty oaks, remain scrub brown. Out on the […]