Turkey with all the fixins’, the traditional accompanying side dishes of sweet potatoes, cranberry and pies. Mmmm. It’s that time of year again — that tradtional America feast of gratitude: Thanksgiving.
This is an all American time of celebration and appreciation. And of all days, this one has no price tag attached to it, no superficial gifts, agendas or expectations — other than the name of the day itself: to give thanks.
In today’s age of travel and technology, for many of us, our nuclear family is scattered in different corners of the world. Often, Thanksgiving is a time of three generations of family and friends gathered, connecting round a table, grateful for the bounty and abundance of life; for each other.