Dinner is full of laughter

Sadie Wolfe, freshman, celebrated Thanksgiving with the usual food of turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. However, her family played a rather untraditional game after they ate their meal. “We’ve been playing the game for three years now,” Wolfe said. The game involves an acknowledgement of the things each family member is thankful for. “Everyone writes down what they are thankful for on a separate piece of paper,” Wolfe said. “We shuffle all the answers together and then we try to guess who wrote what.” When they are all shuffled up, there are all sorts of answers. Some are funny and … Continue reading Dinner is full of laughter