By: Jason Bay
I walked into the kitchen and spotted a turkey and prime rib, chicken, smoked ham, macaroni and cheese, corn on the cob, candy yams, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and greens. The delightful scents of turkey and prime rib, cheese, buttered corn, sweet yams, and gravy filled the air. I hear a timer go off, an oven opening, a microwave beeping, barbeques grilling, and family talking. I taste all sorts of things such as turkey and prime rib, macaroni and cheese, corn on the cob, candy yams, mashed potatoes, and greens. I touch my fork and spoon, the glass full of water, my napkin, my plate, and my food. I sight, smell, hear, taste, and touch many things during my Thanksgiving dinner.
I see many foods such as turkey and chicken, macaroni and cheese, rows of corn on the cob, stuffing, and greens. Inside the house plates are being made, family eating and talking, and people lauging. Im as joyful as a kid in the candy store. Outside I see smoke from the grill flying, kids playing, dogs running, and parents talking. Everyone is as happy as a clown. This is what I saw during dinner.
Inside and outside I smelt many scents and aromas. A pleasent scent of chicken, candy yams, buttered corn, and gravy filled the inside of the house. The scent was almost as good as a room full of fresh roses. While the aroma outside was that of grilled chicken, fresh cut grass, and a garden of flowers. It smelled as good as fresh pine trees, or after it rains and the air is fresh. This is what I smelled during dinner.
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