I think the Turkey coma kicked in early this year, folks. I thought Thanksgiving was last week when I put that post up. haha I guess it gives you a glimpse of where my brain has been. Well, whenever you celebrate and with whomever you celebrate, I hope you all have a blessed and safe holiday with the ones you love. I know there’s a lot of social distancing going on this year, but even if your time spent with loved ones is through Zoom, I hope it’s a day of laughter and joy with memories that will last a lifetime.
There are a great many things I’m thankful for this year, my family’s health being a huge part of that, especially after my Dad’s stroke. We are all healthy and whole, and I pray the same is true for each of you. If it’s not, and you’ll have an empty chair at the table this year, I’m so sorry. I know this blog reaches a lot of people and I post the highlights of my life often, especially with work, but please know you aren’t alone. If you’re feeling like the world is too much, or the sadness is too great in the insanity the world is facing right now, please don’t hesitate to reach out to someone you love and let them in. Whatever your circumstance, the world, and their world is brighter with you in it.
Wishing you a happy and safe Thanksgiving,