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November 22, 2010

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Love the e.e. cummings poem... I never thought much of Thanksgiving before. Your annual gathering changed that. My world is altered forever, thanks to you.

Now, are you out of Sriracha sauce? Should I bring some for Thursday?

This post makes me wish we could hop a plane from NYC and show up at your door with two more place settings. We're spending Thanksgiving with family too - it will be lovely. But there's nothing like a big noisy messy crowd. And thanks for the poem.
Stacey

SOMEDAY I shall spend Thanksgiving with you. We're bringing pies (multiple pies!) and exciting side dishes over to Chris's boss's house this year. Can you have a post-Thanksgiving leftovers party?

Fong: Having you there is wonderful; an honor. We love you.
Stacey: I WISH!
Liz: Get your ass over here. Chris' boss? What the hell is that about?

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of coming back
ten hours later
to the greatness
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"After You've Gone"
on the piano
in the corner
of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark
                   

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