Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends and family whether you’re there or here or anywhere else!

I think this photo that John Kortland added to the Flickr pool really hits home the fact that even when our lives aren’t perfect or don’t turn out exactly as we expect them to, we still have a million reasons to be thankful.

This is my 6th Thanksgiving away from home in a row, but my aunt and cousin are cooking some American food and making pumpkin pie with whipped cream for dinner. Yum!

So where are you this Thanksgiving and how are you celebrating?
Are you with your family? 
What are you most thankful for in your life right now? 

PS – check out my little list of American food shops in London next time you’re craving some pumpkin pie :)

4 comments on “Happy Thanksgiving!

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you. I’m so thankful for what our family does have even though I’m still looking for work. Modest dinner here compared to what we’d have back in Florida but it’s okay. Thank you for being so okay with our holiday. Online I saw Tweets from a real American-holiday-mentioned-in-the-UK hatred. Not pleasant.

  2. I am so enjoying your blog. Today my wife and I will be traveling between our blended families and enjoying visiting with all of the 11 grandchildren. We are apart geographically not in spirit.

    • Hi R, Thanks for stopping be. Glad you’re enjoying the blog. It’s always uplifting to hear words of encouragement. Hope you have a fantastic time with your grandchildren. I’m sure you and your wife will have plenty of cute stories to share when you’re together again!

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