Happy Thanksgiving

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    Had a great thanksgiving! Four out five of my children were home with eight of nine of my grandchildren plus extended family members. We had 19 in the house with standing room only. My three son's and I had our annual rook tournment (I got beat badly) and then football was on. What I enjoyed most of all was our thanksgiving tradition of taking turns letting all the children and grandchildren tell everyone what they were thankful for this year. Wonderful family holiday!
     
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    Thanksgiving comes on Friday,
    the day they call Black Friday,
    but it’s not at all a black day,
    not at all a bad day.
    It’s a day to play,
    a day to be so happy and gay,
    just because it is another day,
    one coming after Thursday.
    Thursday, sad day,
    some of us they took away;
    some of us became their prey;
    but I say nay:
    get away from Thursday.
    Friday is the day:
    that’s what we turkeys say.

    --ed pacht
     
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    It is hard to fly like an eagle when you are hanging with turkeys.
     

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