Next week is Thanksgiving.
Many thoughts quickly come to mind, whether excitement or anticipation to be with family, savoring that delicious pumpkin pie, stress to clean the house, or maybe sadness because there will be an empty chair this year. Or maybe you’ll be making sure your meal is served early in the day so you can be in the line for stores that will be opening their Black Friday sale at 6pm on Thanksgiving Day.
Even though stores were decorated for Christmas last month and radio stations already play Christmas music, I’m going to try to make an effort to remember why we celebrate this holiday who’s meaning so easily is skipped over these days because of our society’s Christmas commercialism.
I’m sharing those words today at SMC Women’s blog