It’s time to celebrate…

Another year is winding down and we begin the holiday season with a feast modelled on three days of feasting that took place in Plymouth Plantation in the year 1621. Unlike the early settlers, we are not being joined by ninety indians of the Massasoit tribe. We follow the modern tradition where Grandmother and Grandfather drop in on their children and grandchildren bringing a van load of food and presents. The smoked turkey you see at the top of this post will be just one of the dishes served and will disappear as if by magic.

I want to extend our best wishes to our extended weblog family. Our thoughts are with you, whether you are home with family, on duty protecting our country, or working so that others may have time off. Gretchen and I have gotten to know some you personally and hope to know more of you in the year to come. Your visits cheer me immensely and your comments are greatly appreciated.

Take care of yourselves and I hope that you find the inspiration to build strong relationships with others. If you need a fresh start, may it happen soon. Find a way to keep your exchange in with the world around you and you will be fine.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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0 Responses to It’s time to celebrate…

  1. Linda says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Gretchen!

    Your friends,
    Linda and “Galstaff”

  2. Marie says:

    I mentioned on my site that it is too bad that we don’t have scratch n sniff computers yet. Despite the lack of technology, your photo of the turkey definitely smells welcoming. Happy Thanksgiving! Marie

  3. Da Goddess says:

    I hope your day was filled with love and laughter!

  4. judy says:

    I could smell the wonderful aroma…Neat way to whet the appetite.
    Hope your time away has been excellent, with new photos for the sharing.
    Love you.
    Sister J

  5. fredf says:

    Here it was a bowl of soup for lunch and yogurt for supper. They don’t make Thanksgivings like they usedter. Wish you hadn’t shown that turkey. I thot I was over the urge til I saw it just now. I swear I just smelled cranberry sauce.

  6. Trey says:

    David, thanks for your visits to my place, and for your kind words.

    That turkey looks mighty tasty. I took the easy way out this year. Heavenly Ham provided the meat and the frozen caseroles. Something’s lost in taking the easy way, for sure.

    Your final paragraph of advice is sound. I’ve taken it to heart.

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