I hope you had a good Thanksgiving and were able to share your life with family and friends. Once the weekend is over and everyone goes back to their jobs and their regular life. It’ s time to put up the tree, get out the menorah, or whatever decorations and traditions you follow. It is typically a happy time of year to celebrate. You might make a gingerbread house, a snowman or snow fort if you are lucky enough to have an early snow fall. If you live near a hill, you might even get to do some sledding.
A small break with tradition
Guess who cooked Thanksgiving Dinner this year?
I. A professional chef we hired for the occasion
II. My husband, took over preparation of the entire meal
III. My mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, brother or other friend
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On to the rest of the holidays!
I hope you get some time off throughout the holiday season to enjoy the pleasure of spending time with your family and friends. With all the turmoil we face around the world, this is a good time to pause and think about all the good things that have happened this year.
Peace on Earth
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