The day before Thanksgiving is a last chance to get all the groceries for the big dinner.   
"This is a last-minute pickup, I decided to pick up some fresh turkey parts and just like everything else, everything is sky high, but you know that's part of what we're living with right now in this particular world," Thomas Lee said. 
From the turkey to the potatoes, it seems like everything is more expensive. With the rising price of food, Lee chose to buy a little less.
"We've had to cut back a little bit, but not a whole lot." Lee said. 

Another shopper expressed her gratitude about being able to have a meal with loved ones.  
"Prices were a bit higher this year, but we're thankful to be able to get what we need to have family dinner," Karen Kuzma said.
With all that's going on in country, Lee says that there's more than just dinner to be thankful for this holiday season.  
"Let's be thankful for one another and reduce the hate." Lee said.