The Stones (and maybe any guests they bring along?)
It had taken a little doing, and a good deal of bartering but Kori had been able to procure a decent amount of food to make a small yet somewhat whole Thanksgiving meal for her family. There wasn’t any Turkey most of those frozen birds had probably rotted in the store freezers long ago, but she’d been able to get her hands on a few cans of spam that she’d fried. At least there was some form of protein on the table she supposed. There was corn, green beans, and carrots to and a really bad fake stuffing that was nothing more than rehydrated bread chunks and some salt and pepper. The ladies working the mess couldn’t be convinced to give up a box of stove top no matter what she’d offered so they’d make do.
If her siblings remembered to come that would be cool. She hadn’t mentioned it, mostly because she didn’t want to see how or even if Leah would respond. Besides other people had sort of mentioned Thanksgiving so they probably knew the day was coming. They’d spent it together in the past since the apocalypse for the most part. But she wouldn’t be too surprised if none of them showed up either. She wouldn’t be hurt as well. Well it would they were family, family stayed together no matter what. But she wasn’t going to let it hurt because she was sort of expecting to eat alone, she was always expecting to eat alone.