Thanksgiving Dinner (Extended)
If I could invite anyone to my Thanksgiving dinner, I would invite my most closest friends from eighth grade because I haven't seen them in such a long time. Those people include Asia, AJ, Edario, and Walker. I just really miss them and would like to spend some time with them.
The party would be pretty casual and low-key. Laughter would fill up the warm living room as everyone greets each other. A game of flag football or soccer would be going on outside the front lawn. The guys would hang out together, while Asia and I catch up and reminisce about everything and anything.
Later, the guys would come back inside to help set everything up. The living room would be decorated in warm, autumn colors such as majestic gold, rusty orange, mustard yellow, fire red, and emerald green.
There is now a whole abundance of food on the table. We all take turns sharing what we are thankful about. Then everyone digs into the food. There is a golden roasted turkey, sweet corn, creamy mashed potatoes, green bean casserole with cranberries and homemade rolls for the main meal. As for drinks, there is a choice between sparkling apple cider or sparkling red or white grape juice.
Dinner is served, and we all decide to play UNO while we wait for dessert. Groans could be heard as Walker or Asia win every single round. While we are playing we're talking about life and how everyone is doing. Everyone is probably still stuffed but eager to see what's for dessert. For dessert, there is a variety of pies such as apple, pecan, or pumpkin cheesecake.
Why I chose this piece: I chose this piece because it shows that I can elaborate on details to really help readers visualize what is going on. I got to get creative and plan my dream Thanksgiving dinner, which was extremely fun. This piece shows that I think it is important to be thankful for who you have and to enjoy spending time with them if you get the chance. You should always be grateful for the things in your life.