WHEN WE RETIRED & MOVED TO BRANSON, MO. AWAY FROM ALL OUR FAMILY– WE CHUCKED ALL THE TRADITIONS– & WE ARE FREE SPIRITS NOW— THIS THANKSGIVING– I HAVE OVER DONE & LEFT MY MCS SAFE HOME– ETC ETC– & MY HEALTH HAS PAID FOR IT– SO AS WE WITH MCS SOMETIMES SAY— I’M DOWN WITH NO GIVE ROOM FOR EXPOSURES– UNTIL I AM BETTER— SO IF WE LEAVE OUR MCS SAFE HOME FOR THANKSGIVING IT MIGHT BE FOR A CAR RIDE— MY ONLY TRADITION I KEEP IS I MAIL MY BULK OF CHRISTMAS CARDS THE DAY BEFORE OR THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING– SO EVERYONE RECEIVES THEIR CARD RIGHT AFTER THANKSGIVING– I DON’T MAIL THEM ALL– BUT 90% OF THEM GO OUT— I LOVE CHRISTMAS CARDS & LETTERS & PICTURES– I LOVE THE STANDARD -FOR- EVERYONE- LETTER YOU GET ONCE A YEAR FROM SOME PEOPLE!! BUT I HATE TO GET CHRISTMAS CARDS THAT PEOPLE ONLY SIGN THEIR NAME— I THINK WHAT A WASTE OF A STAMP!!!!! 🙂 HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU & YOUR FAMILY!!!!
With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I wondered what traditions other people share for the holidays. There are things we do that I don’t understand why we do them for a holiday and not other times. My (immediate) family aren’t big drinkers. We rarely have an alcoholic beverage with dinner. Yet, at the holidays we almost always do.
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