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Rather than our usual TurkeyCivFest (playing a day-long boardgame called Civilization with eight people) we played World of Warcraft on a LAN – three 20-inch iMacs, two laptops, and one Windows box – all in one kinda small room. We didn't limit ourselves to one day of this, either, but played three 12-hour days in a row.

The close quarters made for excellent communication as we adventured together in Black Rock Depths and elswhere in Azeroth. In between battles we feasted on Shelley's roast turkey, turkey soup, and turkey-salad sandwiches, plus corn casserole from Brenda, pumpkin pie from Di, and apple-cranberry and shoe-fly pie and two kinds of cranberry sidedishes from Jenn, cheese, cider, chips, veggies, and salsa. (Methinks I ate most of the shoe-fly by my ownself!) Of course, I cannot neglect to mention my world-famous, chocolate-covered circus peanuts!

Our WoW-a-thon was made possible by Shelley and Brenda's mom who came out from Albany to see Kelley and her two-year-old cousin Jade. It also saved us from watching Mary Poppins more than we could take. ;-)

We hired a babysitter for Kelley...

And brought in a back-up just in case.

Turkey WoW-Fest in progress.

Vile? Wonderful? Your call.

The real reason for Thanksgiving!

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