Articles Tagged ‘American Thanksgiving’

The Power of Thanksgiving

By Underwood & Underwood. (War Dept.) [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

November 28th was Thanksgiving here in the United States. This year Thanksgiving appears to be the least appreciated holiday of the year. For the most part, stores skipped straight from Halloween to Christmas and, of course, great shopping deals that surround Thanksgiving are the primary focus of advertisers. To be honest, Thanksgiving is just about my least favourite holiday. I don’t really like roast turkey, stuffing, cranberries, sweet potatoes—or washing dishes. I find it slightly irritating when people go on and ... (Continue reading)

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Truth and contradiction

Yesterday, my sister (who is no longer pregnant), my new nephew, my niece, my brother-in-law, and I went grocery shopping. This was my sister's first post-baby shopping trip and, understandably, she got a bit tired about three quarters of the way through. She decided to go sit down and leave my brother-in-law and me in charge of finishing the shopping and looking after the kids. Just a few minutes after my sister left us, the ... (Continue reading)

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