Hereís what the Lowcountry was saying about Thanksgiving and Black Friday:
Ryan_Burns (Twitter): #MentionPeopleYoureThankfulFor @brendan_dallas @chris_coyne_ @TomMarren @Crimm DollaCrimm @boo_radley12 #CHS #buds
Cynthia Dalton Rogers (Facebook): We had a great day, cooking then eating a wonderful dinner. Tomorrow I will be spending time with a few of my friends making home made gifts by Creative Memories. Giving a gift that will be opened over and over again.
K_Davis5 (Twitter): Happy Thanksgiving everyone, ended my high school career off rite #CHS Panther4Life
Jason P. Kinard (Facebook): I got up at 3:30 a.m. for work. Spent 12 hours at Santee Cooper Cross Generating Station while my family had dinner at my momís without me. I accept it because itís a career that I chose, but itís tough on us shift workers sometimes. But our plant is manned 24/7 365...
_anaruvalcaba (Twitter): #IAmThankfulFor every single thing in my life that has brought me to where I am today an has made me who I am #family #friends #chs #curry
Della Lambert Jones (Facebook): It was a wonderful day! Had all my children with me! There was laughter and love as abundant and as delicious as the meal. I have more and more reasons to be thankful to God with each Thanksgiving. But Black Fridayís doors can bust without me! Iím resting and decorating my Christmas tree, Lord willing.
justaddcream (Twitter): I want to go to #walmart to see if I can catch a fist fight in action. #BlackFriday
MaryCatherine James (Facebook): Day off. Quiet. Cooked a non traditional Thanksgiving dinner: roasted capon, sprouted wild rice and quinoa blend, broccoli, oyster pie, homemade cranberry sauce and pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. Took a nap so that daughter and I can face the mania at Walmart tonight at 8 p.m. We will be wearing our running shoes!