It has been my tradition on Thanksgiving to honor the other side of the story. For members of the first nations of this country this is a day of sadness as stories of the horrors inflicted on the ancestors are retold, remembered and relived. It is important that we honor these feelings and feel theContinue reading “The Other Side of Thanksgiving”
Yes it is! Time for the Thanksgiving Eve flash mob. So whatever you are doing on this day before American Thanksgiving take a break to listen to the words of this song (especially appropriate for these times) or get up and move. Watch to the end and they will teach you the routine.
Please respect everyone’s right to feel as they do about any holiday. Most likely there is a valid reason they feel that way, or that they celebrate the holidays they choose.
Yes today is Thanksgiving for those of the U.S. but Thanksgiving Day is also National Family Health History Day. Think about it for a minute and it makes perfect sense. While you have everybody together is a great time to learn more about your family health history. My brother and his wife and Bob andContinue reading “National Family Health History Day”
As the holidays approach many of us will start planning holiday meals. If one of your holiday traditions is spending three days in a “food coma” from overindulging stop and think, is it really worth it? Is it really enough fun, to make yourself sick over? This year I would like to offer a fewContinue reading “A Healthier Holiday Meal That Still Tastes Good”
Not what we say about our blessings, but how we use them, is the true measure of our thanksgiving. —W.T. Purkiser
“Happiness is the realization of God in the heart. Happiness is the result of praise and thanksgiving, of faith, of acceptance; a quiet tranquil realization of the love of God.” — White Eagle
This is Callie looking like I felt after Thanksgiving dinner. By the way her head is sticking out of her heated bed. Do we have a spoiled cat or what?