Ah, the day after the Thanksgiving long weekend. That means it's back to work, leftovers for many meals and perhaps waist bands that seem just a little more snug than before. We hope that you enjoyed celebrating your Thanksgiving with family, friends and lots of delicious food - from recipes courtesy of CBC, of course - as did many of your favourite CBC celebrities. Just take at their tweets throughout the weekend:
To start us off, Dragon Arlene Dickinson gave all of us a little history lesson.
Did you know Canadas Thanksgiving dates back to the 1578 voyage of Martin Frobisher in search of Northwest Passage? Thanks Martin! #canada-- Arlene Dickinson (@ArleneDickinson) October 7, 2012
I want to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving! Even to your Drunk Uncle, who will probably be yelling at your Grandma in 6 hours.-- Daryn Jones (@DarynJones) October 7, 2012
Funny man Mark Critch was hard at work this Thanksgiving.
While you're eating turkey, I'm rehearsing a crocodile sketch. Happy thanksgiving. twitter.com/markcritch/sta...-- Mark Critch (@markcritch) October 8, 2012
HAPPY THANKSGIVING WEEKEND TO ALL CANADIANS... and everyone else in the world for that matter!!! Even if you... fb.me/20PRgjYzH-- Amber Marshall (@Amber_Marshall) October 6, 2012
We definitely would have helped Mamma Yamma with this dilemma.
Please someone take this pumpkin pie out of my house. considering pouring dish detergent on it so I wont polish it off twitter.com/MammaYamma/sta...-- Mamma Yamma (@MammaYamma) October 8, 2012
CBC arts reporter Deana Sumanac reveals the side effects of her Thanksgiving meal.
proof that turkey and cold weather have softened my brain, I found Schwarzenegger's interview with Jay Leno last night rather moving-- Deana Sumanac (@deanasumanac) October 9, 2012
Do I get presents on this holiday?-- Lauren Hammersley (@le_hammer) October 7, 2012
I'm thankful for everything that is happening around me. Great friends, family and the best team to work with on earth. #enjoytoday-- Allan Hawco (@allanhawco) October 7, 2012
We agree with Kirstine Stewart, Executive Vice President of English Services at CBC.
Instead of turkey and stuffing, Strombo was thankful for this...
Giving thanks today for the wonders of science and nature. I give you the Fruit Salad Tree... tiny.cc/l65ulw-- G. Stroumboulopoulos (@strombo) October 8, 2012