If you don’t already know, thanksgiving is a huge thing in the U.S. My memories about thanksgiving were roasted turkey, delicious ham, there was bread too, and a lot of people.
On the night of thanksgiving, we were glad to be invited to Pam&Sam’s place for a heartwarming home-cooked dinner! The dining table was spread with sumptuous food and drinks, with portion enough to feed thirty. We are really glad to have met Pamela and Samuel, who are like our parents overseas. They have seen many batches of NCSV students come and go, but the love and care they show to us never dwindles. They treat us like how they treat their own children. It makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside.
Black Friday was not just about cheap deals, it is also about post-thanksgiving turkey dinner. With a full turkey intact, Allan and housemates spontaneously threw a mini-potluck at night, inviting many fellow Singaporeans who had just arrived at the Bay Area. It was almost a networking dinner.