For a variety of reasons, I don't foresee the change actually occurring, but I like to fantasize that Thanksgiving 2013 will not fall quite so heavily on MY shoulders.
Thanksgiving 2011 I was in my final year of law school, and exams were scheduled to begin less than a week after Thanksgiving. It was going to be just me and DF for the holiday, so I told him that if he wanted turkey and all the fixings he would need to make it happen himself, because I just wasn't going to be up to it in the frenzy of preparing for exams. But at the last minute his father, whom I had not met yet, invited himself to our place for Thanksgiving, and since I wanted to make a good impression on a parent I was meeting for the first time, I ended up preparing a full spread, including homemade rolls and homemade bread for stuffing. DF did help, and my studies ended up not being as intense as I had anticipated, but it still was definitely a stressful couple days.
This year, we knew ahead of time that we would be having Thanksgiving with his mother, it was just a question of our house or hers. In the end it was decided on to be at ours. So as the hosts I expected that we would prepare the full menu, and that was fine. Where I got aggravated though was that I ended up preparing the turkey, gravy, and a pie, and supervising FSS while he made one side because he's only 11 and just learning to cook, then DF made two sides, and FMIL made one side, but even though I did the most time/labor intensive part of the meal I somehow ended up doing a significant portion of the clean-up too. Probably I needed to speak up and ask for help, but as much as I love FMIL she has a passive-agressive tendency that is very easy to trigger so sometimes it's easier to just not risk it. (And even though I would have been asking DF and FSS for the help, that doesn't necessarily mean it wouldn't somehow morph into a trigger for FMIL.)