This Thanksgiving was a strange one for me because it marked the first time I wasn’t with family to celebrate it.
With needing to rent a car because of Jack, it ended up being way too much trouble to get out of the city, so Ari and I went to a friend’s apartment to eat ourselves to the brink of death and drink so much that we did this when we got home:Vodpod videos no longer available.
Did you watch that? I know, I don’t watch videos on blogs either. In fact I have a strict policy of only watching them if they are under two minutes. But that video is only 35 seconds, and it is worth it. Plus I even used Vimeo, which is somehow cooler than Youtube now even though I don’t really understand why.
A little background on that video: Earlier in the day, I was browsing iTunes and realized that I had been a complete asshole until then for not having Elton John’s “I Guess That’s Why They Call it The Blues.” So I downloaded it to my phone.
I really don’t know what I was thinking, not having this classic to listen to at any moment. I mean, Stevie Wonder has a harmonica solo in it! I repeat – a harmonica solo! Stevie Fucking Wonder! Well, I didn’t want to be the kind of person who lives their life without this song, so I got it and listened to it about five times before we went to dinner.
Naturally, when we got back, I decided to put the song on yet again and dance with Jack. This was all captured by our other friend who mainly laughed at us but also had the presence of mind to document it for later viewing.
The highlights of the video include the song itself, which makes you A Better Person, Ari making some sort of concoction and declaring it “Pup Stuffing!” and me dancing with Jack, which really was just me whipping him from side to side, while singing along at the top of my lungs.
I’m not really sure, but that might have been the best Thanksgiving ever.