November 24

November 24, 2011 at 11:52 pm | Posted in Family, Transylvania | 8 Comments
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November 24: Noroc!
We celebrated Thanksgiving at a Romanian restaurant owned by Americans, who cooked up a delicious (and appropriately gluttonous) traditional meal. The English Speakers club in our town organized the event for anyone craving a sweet-potato-laden table. We sat next to two Texans and people from Sweden, Mexico, Germany, and the Czech Republic. There was good wine, good conversation, good stuffing, and amazing apple pie. What more could we ask for? Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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  1. Stacia, I know you felt closer to home on this Thanksgiving day! Blessings!

  2. and to you!! Glad that you were able to enjoy the holiday so far from home.

  3. happy thanksgiving and have a great time, always!

  4. So glad you got to celebrate a traditional Thanksgiving!

  5. Great photo! Sounds like a truly diverse gathering. As you mentioned on my post, it is a gift to have people to gather with and share a special meal, laughter, and grateful hearts. Hope your celebrations of the rest of the holiday season are equally unique and special.

  6. Nice! English speakers club- I need to find one of those!

  7. […] is to find sweet potatoes, and the now toy store at the mall that stocks markers. Markers! It was, again, a wonderful mixing of American and Romanian traditions, of Thanksgiving and Christmas, of family […]

  8. When we are very, very lucky …Thanksgiving is something that finds us…

    …no matter where we are…

    …what nationality…

    …what faith…

    …it’s just in how you look at life…

    And I know you do it with Thanksgiving always in your heart!

    Thanks for sharing this touching post.


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