Thanksgiving this year in San Jose was a smashing good time. I stayed with Jen and Brian, who hosted the Thanksgiving festivities. Of course, the festivities started with a demonstration of the ever-wondrous steam mop.
Wed. night we prepared for the feast by ironing table linens and cutting bread into cubes for stuffing, along with various other food-related tasks. Jen and I also practiced our napkin folding skills, for which we were both sure we deserved a Calvinette badge.
The feast itself was delicious.
I got to meet Annabelle. I was asked to be her godmother, and I’m honored to be so. She’s adorable, and smells like baby, spices, and soap.
Then John borrowed the camera for his modeling session.
One event I did not get pictures of was an arrest on the light rail. Well, I guess it wasn’t technically on the light rail, as the sheriff dragged the teenager off before wrestling him to the ground. There was also some light cursing, and a 2 or 3 year old asking what was going on. Her dad told her the teenage boys were bad, and probably spent a lot of time in time out.
An amazing trip.