Today's social dilemma came about because I have a big mouth. Let me backtrack and explain. Saturday, we went out to eat with an older friend of ours and his daughter. We call him Uncle Frank. Anyway, Uncle Frank was talking about how there was a chance that he would be alone on Thanksgiving, so of course, I invited him to our house. He's 87 and would never want him to be alone. His daughter who was with us had said she had other plans. So after lunch we said our goodbyes and told Uncle Frank that we would call him on Wednesday to see if he wanted to come over on Thanksgiving. However, later that evening, we got a call from Uncle Frank's daughter saying they both had decided to come over for Thanksgiving, and that she would make her special cranberry sauce. Now I have no problem with them coming over, the more the merrier, but I happen to like my cranberry sauce out of a can. When I told her that, she said I was nuts and not to buy it this year because she would have homemade. I don't like homemade. I like the canned. She made it sound like it's offensive to eat it ouit of a can. So will it be insulting to her if I still buy my canned cranberries or do I have to eat the fresh, even though I don't like it. I don't want to be rude, but hey it's my holiday too. What do you think? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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