The great thing about living in New York City is having options. For instance, today is Thanksgiving, which for the most of the United States means the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in NYC at Herald Square. Herald Square, for those who don’t know, is easily accessible by a slew of trains including the A, B, C, D, and E Trains. Just a few stops and you’re right in the heart of everything. The other option, sit on your ass at home and watch it from the comfort of your own home in your undies and flip flops while cooking yummy food with your lady.
We opted for plan B. Mostly because we’re cooking sides for our Thanksgayving celebration out our friend Natalie’s later on today. I’m watching her now; objectifying her body, actually. She’s wearing my favorite undies-her navy stripped boy shorts, knee high navy socks and my cut up American Apparel Tee. Mirs’ is making acorn squash-not vegetarian-although we may be leading people to believe otherwise. Last night I cooked a potato gratin and my famous orange-infused cheesecake. I’m boiling the juices and berries to go on top. The last dish I’m cooking is a bourbon walnut sweet potato smash. Oh, so good.
I’m thankful, on this Thanksgayving, for a lot of things. Mostly, my friends and family, and especially my girlfriend.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!