I hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

 

This cornucopia was on the altar in church on Sunday.  I thought it said it all-we are thankful for all we have and all the ways we have been provided for.  Whether it was from our parents, or our children, our spouse, or our friends-we are fortunate.  Another way to feel really thankful in this season of giving, is to do something for someone else-"pay it forward" so to speak.  It can be big, or it can be small, but just thinking about another person and how they are doing-about "their" circumstance.  That will truly make us thankful.  I hope you have a great day tomorrow.  I know the grocery stores have been full of shoppers & children with the schools being off all week.  I know people were leaving work tonight, driving to destinations out of state to be with family.  Our brother & his family will be coming up tomorrow to be with us for all the festivities & good food.  I hope you have a great holiday.  Remember the parade starts at 9am.  They say it is really going to be cold. I am glad we will be able to watch it from a far.  Thank you again.   George Fesperman



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