Somewhere way back in our (immediate) family history, my sister and I got in a fight. Right before Thanksgiving. So instead of going over to my sister’s house to celebrate Thanksgiving, the four of us went out for dinner and then to a movie. I am thinking this was at least 12-13 years ago. Since then, of course my sis and I have patched things up. She is an amazing, wonderful sister and I also have another sister and a brother who I love very much and I love spending time with them and their families. That said, the tradition of us 4 (my kids, my husband and me), going out to dinner and then to a movie has made Thanksgiving our favorite holiday. “The boys” go out early in the morning to play in a Turkey bowl football game that my husband started during high school and has been ongoing since then. My daughter and I watch TV while they are gone, then when they get home we all get cleaned up and head up to Seattle for Ray’s Boathouse, where they have a fabulous buffet filled with all the traditional Thanksgiving foods, plus tons of fresh seafood and every dessert you could imagine. Then we head over to a movie. Last night we saw Catching Fire, which was very good and very intense.