i’ll go with billy ocean.
For many of us, Thanksgiving is rich with family traditions. Whether it is food, decorations, or the timing of the big meal, the traditions connect us to earlier times and people who are no longer with us but whose spirits live on, undiminished, in our memories. The traditions are a big part of why, for many people, Thanksgiving is our favorite holiday.
Recently Mom and the five Webner kids had dinner and reminisced about Thanksgivings of days gone by and some of the traditions that prevailed during our childhoods.
Mom putting little wax candles of pilgrims and turkeys at every place setting at the Thanksgiving table. A large cardboard representation of a big-breasted tom turkey with deep red wattles on the front door to greet our guests. Native American headdresses made at school from construction paper, each ersatz feather a different bright color, and from the younger kids drawings of…
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