When we lived in our big house, we had blood family over for the whole traditional turkey feast at 11am, then our chosen family would come over at 6p and we would do it all over again. It was a lot to cook 2 entire meals, but we enjoyed it.
Now we live in another state in a tiny house, and it's just going to be us and our 2 teenagers - one of whom refuses to eat any of the delights on the Thanksgiving table. He can eat PB&J!
And of course there will be a few snippets of parades in the morning while cooking, an early afternoon meal, a football and naps on the couch in the afternoon.