The First Thanksgiving was in a year of tumult TOO!
In cogitating this year’s post I am reminded of the fact that 1621 was a most trying year for the people of Plymouth. Yet the first traditional Thanksgiving celebration sprung from those circumstances! Some readings of the “Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers” provides some fascinating insights into those days. It’s pretty cool to read about their intentionality in petitioning and thanksgiving. So while this year there are likely to be fewer people seated around the Thanksgiving table either out of an abundance of caution or because some are no longer with us, I hope you have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving and revel in one another’s presence whether it be in person or digitally. Thanks for all my friends/clients.
It’s a good life.