Thanksgiving is a holiday for bringing friends and family together around a table full of tradition. No matter how you celebrate, one common denominator always exists – thankful hearts!
Thanksgiving is not just a day, but really a season where gratitude and thankfulness are magnified. Gratitude allows us to walk through hard times with dignity, humility, and maybe even a little humor. So, whether you’re shipping your turkey cross country for a grand dining room feast or grilling hot dogs in the backyard with your neighbor, take a moment to give thanks.
On a more personal note we wanted to share some holiday joys from the team:
-Holly: “I love to host the family around my dining room table and sit for hours after the meal sharing laughter.”
-Ralph: “It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving for me without a little football playing in the background, although normally I’m asked to put the TV on mute!”
-Honor Berry: “My heart is full when my family gathers around the kitchen island as I prepare our favorite dishes.”
-Karen: “As a new-ish American citizen, I thoroughly enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday and look forward to partaking in the delicious southern cuisine!”
-Honor Vess: “It wouldn’t Thanksgiving without mom’s turkey, dressing, and sweet potato casserole!”
-Nicole: “I enjoy cooking in the kitchen with mom, family gathering around the table, and decorating the house shortly after the guests head home.”
-Annsslee: “Thanksgiving wouldn’t be the same without an early morning run in preparation for the big meal ahead!”
Our goal this holiday season is to make our family bigger, starting with our Giving Tree. If you haven’t already heard, by posting your picture on our Facebook page you earn a spot on our Giving Tree. January 1st begins the start of 12 days of giving. Don’t miss out!