Eight Days of Thanksgiving

Postable asked me to create a card that celebrates a very rare occurrence: Thanksgiving and Hanukkah falling on the same day. I don't know much about the Jewish Faith but I think that means eight days of leftovers.

This mash-up won't happen again for another 77,000 years. 

It's true.

In other news... Jen and I will celebrate Thanksgiving the way we always do: in period costume. Twist: Jen will be dunked in the dunking chair until she confesses to being a witch.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Comments

November 27, 2013

Then there's the merry act of Hannugiving.

Does anybody really giveukkah?

Inquiring minds need to know.

 

-gary

...who really does give a kuh, especially when his Turrets Syndrom kicks in.

 

 

November 27, 2013

Anybody who can make people laugh against their own will is obviously a witch. Dunk the donuts Save the Jen

November 27, 2013

Couldn't  have said it better myself, Fran. Happy feast of gluttony to you and all of yours. 

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