It's that time of year again! That glorious day when one can stuff themselves silly. THANSKGIVING! I came across a cute Thanksgiving cartoon earlier today. To see it, CLICK HERE. (Okay, that says something about my sense of humor, doesn't it.)
Whether eating turkey or tofurkey or something entirely differently, I wish all my friends and family in the United States a
wonderful Thanksgiving feast and a great day of togetherness.. We celebrated last year but this year we
celebrated St. Martinstag at the beginning of the month. It only seems
fair to alternate traditions. I did, however, bake some sweet potatoes
last week. They were tasty.
I also took part in a
Gratitude Quilt created by Laura over at Shine the Divine: Creativity is
a Spiritual Practice. She asked people to tell her what they are
thankful for, right there at that moment, and she strung them all
together for Thanksgiving. Over 222 people (from every continent except
Antarctica) have taken place. To see it, CLICK HERE.
you are reading this, I am thankful that you stopped by. I'll be double
thankful if you leave a comment. Tell me what your menu is today or
what you are doing today or what you love or hate Thanksgiving or a
special memory of Thanksgiving or your favorite food on this day or what
you are thankful for or...well, you get the idea. Tell me whatever you
want related to Thanksgiving and then go have a good gobble gobble time.