Something Old, Something New

When I was living in Savannah, Georgia and attending SCAD for my MFA I had two fabulous Thanksgivings. One introduced me to the old Georgia family-style T-Day traditions - eating outdoors, fried Turkeys, 20 miscellaneous guests and lots of Beaujolais- Nouveau (yes, by the CASE. )

The second was a "new to Georgia" experience. It included an elephant gun, my department chair, an art gallery owner, two humorous hairdressers with their Superbowl party video, the beach and too much wine again. 

Now that I'm in Texas, things are a bit more .... mellow. 

How do you SPICE UP your holidays and get out of a rut?

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