I’ll be working tomorrow, but I was curious what others might be doing for the holiday. I did a quick search of tweets using key words “Oklahoma” and “Thanksgiving.” Here’s what I found.
@peytonwillow: My grandmother wanted to come all the way from Oklahoma for Thanksgiving this year, so she could go gamble in Tunica. #myfamily
@MackensieFerris: oooh tomorrow is Thanksgiving! I will be feasting! love these times with the fam in Oklahoma <3
@perfect_hajny: Glad to see the Oklahoma Highway Patrol out wishing people a happy Thanksgiving.
@jmartinlibrary: Visiting my tiny Oklahoma hometown for Thanksgiving. So. Many. Pickup Trucks. Also, there is a general lack of subject-verb agreement here.
@SoonerVike: On the road to Oklahoma for Thanksgiving. Just passed a dead alligator on the side of the Interstate. Yep, we live in Louisiana!
@lpt_35: Oklahoma bound for Thanksgiving. Ready for food, family and hunting. #Oklahomabreakdowntime
@HCaliendo: Going back to Oklahoma for Thanksgiving! Fingers crossed the airport is not a nightmare or at least I don’t have screaming kids next to me.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Photo by Jim Beckel: Alex Vasquez eats a piece of ham. Pre-kindergarten students partnered with fourth grade “buddies” to learn about the history of Thanksgiving by dressing as Pilgrims and Indians and enjoying a traditional Thanksgiving meal in the cafeteria of Cleveland Bailey Elementary School in Midwest City on Monday, Nov. 21, 2011.