Friendsgiving!

A time to show your friends just how thankful you are for them

Some desserts to enjoy with friends this November

Maya Bjerke

Some desserts to enjoy with friends this November

Maya Bjerke, Editor

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It’s November and that means it’s time to be thankful. For good health, two hour delays, and most importantly–friends!

Let’s be honest, without our friends we may not have even made it to another November. They have been there all throughout the year to lift you up when life has gotten you down.

Friends have been there early mornings and late nights. They have offered their advice, and their ears when you have ranted to them for hours about something that most likely makes zero sense to them.

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Friendsgiving is the perfect opportunity to spend time with the people you love.

They have made countless memories with you throughout the year, earning them a day all to themselves. To be appreciated, celebrated, and fed… thus Friendsgiving!

Friendsgiving takes one of the best holidays, Thanksgiving, and turns it into a special gathering with your friends.

There’s good people, good food, and of course, a good time. Here’s how you should spend your Friendsgiving to ensure that it is the greatest ever.

The first step is inviting all of your friends. You can’t really celebrate Friendsgiving without them. Jenna Sheppard, a freshman at BHS, said, “Friendsgiving is all about the people you spend it with. It’s the best feeling when you are surrounded by people who you really care about.”

Either send out a group message  with the details or you could even go as far as making seasonal invitations.

The next necessity for a perfect Friendsgiving is the decor. You can go simplistic or all out turkeys everywhere. You could create or buy anything thanksgiving-themed. This step is meant to create a cozy, warm, welcoming environment for you and all your friends to enjoy.

Once all your friends arrive, it’s time to put them to work in the kitchen. Food plays a key role in Friendsgiving, so you must cook all of your favorites.

You could go traditional with any thanksgiving dishes, or just order some Chinese food. The point is to enjoy the food as your enjoying your friends’ company.

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Some desserts to enjoy with friends this November

The final step is to bring good vibes. Use this day to appreciate your friends. Recall old memories, share stories, and enjoy all the laughter. This is a day dedicated to all of you and everything you have been through together so enjoy it!

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