Happy Thanksgiving to all. With all the craziness in our world, we still have so much to be thankful for once again this year. A quiet Thanksgiving for us here with just the two of us. Turkey with all the fixins. A very cold Thanksgiving with temps now at 14F going to 23F, but a beautiful blue and sunny sky. Enjoy your day.
Joylynn Hardesty wrote:Happy Thanksgiving! We're taking our feast to Santa's apartment. What are ya'll doing?
Anybody want to give him a message?
Sadly I am baby sitting a woodstove because it is so cold here (3 degrees f with gale force winds). Katie and my daughters are off to New Hampshire to be with family, so thanksgiving will be a Roast Beef sandwich for me, but I am still thankful for all I got. Besides I like Roast Beef, and when everyone else is sleeping due to all those tryptaphines in the turkey, I will be wide awake!
As for Santa...yeah, tell him he can keep his stupid cold up North. I am not ready for winter to be this cold yet! (Insert the up-yours Santa emoji here) (Teasing of course)
Happy Thanksgiving to you all!! The one holiday I really miss as an American out in the world is Thanksgiving. Here it is just another workday, generally too warm to even consider heavy winter food, but I am always happy recalling the many thanksgivings I've spend with family and friends.
When I went to boarding school we had to say a blessing at formal dinner that seemed trite at the time, but as I get older it makes more sense: "for these and all our blessings, make us truly thankful." forget about being too rich or too thin, you can never be too thankful.
(@Jim Guinn, I used to live right across the river from you in NJ, and my mother in Easton is telling me right now about how it is supposed to be the coldest Thanksgiving in a long time. Stay toasty!!)