A season for gratitude: A short and simple, but just as honest Thanksgiving list

A pair of Thanksgiving trees now stands at attention in the center of my dining room table. They were a project my boys worked on one day with their Nana. They consist a foam trunk with a scattering of bare branches. Red, yellow, and orange leaves, attached by glue, proudly proclaim all the things my … Continue reading A season for gratitude: A short and simple, but just as honest Thanksgiving list

The cranberry sauce has landed. A thanksgiving perspective

At the time this posts, I will, hopefully, be well on my way to a tryptophan-induced turkey coma or at least surrounded by the smells of food cooking, children playing, and the near-deafening noise of my family squeezed together under a single roof attempting to engage in conversation over the sound of the football game … Continue reading The cranberry sauce has landed. A thanksgiving perspective

From my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving

Today is Thanksgiving, or if you are part of the 95% that makes up the rest of the world, Thursday. That is unless of course you aren't reading this on a Thursday. Technically it isn't Thursday for me either as I am writing this well in advance of my near certain tryptophan-induced turkey coma. I … Continue reading From my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving away from home – what could be better?

I considered myself fortunate. We were traveling for Thanksgiving, meaning I wasn't going to have to cook (a good thing for all involved - just ask my hubby sometime about my poultry cooking skills). I didn't have to clean. All I was expected to do was to enjoy time with my family. Silly me. I … Continue reading Thanksgiving away from home – what could be better?