“In November, people are good to each other. They carry pies to each other’s homes and talk by crackling woodstoves, sipping mellow cider. They travel very far on a special November day just to share a meal with one another and to give thanks for their many blessings-for their food on their tables and the babies in their arms.” — Cynthia Rylant
There is so very much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. If you are blessed with a warm home and enough food to eat, if you are loved or love someone, if you are a member of a community of supportive friends and family, if you are alive to breathe in the fresh air of freedom, then you have everything to be grateful for.