Topic of the discussion
Posted on 11/19/21 5:11 PM
How are you doing?
As we head into Turkey week, I thought we could talk about Thanksgiving!
Do you have any Thanksgiving traditions? What's your favorite Thanksgiving food?
Will you be spending time with or traveling to see family this year?
What are you thankful for this year?
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Beginning of the discussion - 11/19/21Thanksgiving: What are you thankful for this year? https://www.carenity.us/forum/other-discussions/fun-and-games/thanksgiving-what-are-you-thankful-for-this-ye-3965
Posted on 11/19/21 8:58 PM
I'm thankful each day for being able to get out of bed, standing up and taking a few steps I then I know God's not finished with me yet.
I'm very thankful for my neighbor who has been helping me out cooking and clean up. 🙌
Posted on 11/20/21 4:45 PM
I am thankful that GOD allowed me to get up this morning. He allowed my wife and kids to awaken. I am thankful for that.
Posted on 11/20/21 6:20 PM
I’m thankful for god, my family and my career
Posted on 11/20/21 6:42 PM
I'm thankful that this year my children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren will be coming to my house for Thanksgiving, some of them coming from a different state - a total of nine guests, plus me and my husband. I'm grateful that my husband will pick up the pre-ordered Thanksgiving feast from Whole Foods (surprisingly it was the best price and the best selection of all the stores in the area) as I'm physically unable to cook it myself as I'm still recovering from hip replacement surgery, still have some post-surgical pain, and use a cane or a walker. Yes, life can be difficult at times but the alternative is permanent and I'm not ready for that. I'll have a house full of people and it'll be chaotic, but it's a nice kind of chaos. I'm 80 years old, with a chronic disease that's progressive even under treatment (emphysema) so I'm grateful for waking up every day to enjoy life, to count my blessings, to pet my cat and hear her purr, to see the seasons change, enjoy the beauty of autumn leaves, the thrill of a thunder-and-lightening storm . . .
Posted on 11/20/21 6:47 PM
I love Thanksgiving. We had a nice little intimate one with immediate family. I had to skip my sister’s thanksgiving because of the high risk to me getting sick. However, I get to go to my mother-in-laws because she’s checking temps at the door lol. She’s been very supportive by taking me to my chemotherapy treatments. I know she will keep the risk down. My favorite tradition is making corn casserole and playing euchre with my father-law. I hope everyone has a good thanksgiving this year.
Posted on 11/20/21 7:02 PM
Thank you for your wonderful Thanksgiving story and I too love corn casserole. We will be going to friends of our house and bring some side dishes. We just caught up with them again and they are now truckers who drive anywhere from Florida (where we live), to California and places in-between. We love celebrating all the Holidays together and have some good stories to remind each other of. I have family in Chicago, but much as I would like to see them, I am now afraid to fly unless drainage is assured of my lungs, which cannot be. So, I am seeing my alternative family. Hope you all also have a great Thanksgiving.
Posted on 11/21/21 8:01 AM
i`m thankful for the good the bad and the ugly. life is full of ups and downs, you can`t have a testamony without a test. we can`t grow without diversity . so i`m thankful for everything, GOD is good thru it all i give him all the praise and glory
Posted on 11/21/21 11:15 AM
I'm thankful each day.
Posted on 11/21/21 2:01 PM
I am grateful for God's blessings, protection, and peace. It's been a rough year but I am stronger.