1. I’ve had Thanksgiving dinners cooked by my Mom and her sisters and my Grandma, and Thanksgiving dinners that came out of cans labeled Ham and Lima Beans. It’s not the food, it’s the people.

    Well, it’s the food, but it’s the people. Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
    With many thanks to you for your thought provoking comments and insights through the year!

  3. Kim, a Happy Thanksgiving to you and All Hands on our ‘Net.
    Far from Isolation, the site continues to be a comfortable place far from the “Needful” of daily ” net wanderings. A “safe” place of sorts that appears to draw regulars and occasional visiting firemen.

    I’ve also had a can or so of “Ham & Mothers” just never on a holiday. Luck of the draw I reckon in skating that. To be sure though, one shade or the other of Mcilhenny’s or Texas Pete will be on our table later today.

    This Thanksgiving Day is the 29th anniversary of a local police officer (SWAT) killed in line-of-duty while serving a warrant. I was up early prepping for the day’s cooking when the news came across. So I again salute him as have successive generations of officers at the beginning of today’s watch.
    May we also keep all those in uniform in our thoughts today.

  4. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours as well. It’s good to remember that among all the people who have ever lived, we are truly blessed.

    I’ve seen kids diving in a filthy river outside Olongapo. I’ve seen an old man washing a Mercedes with a bucket of filthy water in Mexico. I’ve been to funerals of people who died far, far too young.

    I’m grateful.

  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours and all Americans from up here in Canada.

    Many of us are very thankful that America exists both in fact and in theory. I’m sure they feel the same in Hong Kong right now as well.

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