Feels odd being here in England on Thanksgiving! I am English but with an American husband and time spent living in Tennessee, I have one foot in each country. I think it’s a lovely tradition and I wish we did more of it over here. Our roots here go back thousands of years and it’s hard to know, remember or even think of our origins. However we do have so much to be thankful for. My list is endless, it really is and today, such a special day, I am thankful for my family and friends and that includes all you bloggy followers.
I am making a pumpkin pie for Larry, although he doesn’t know it yet. It must feel so strange for him being here today, his second year living in England away from his family and all things familiar. We’re going to have a turkey dinner out somewhere nice later on.
So Happy Thanksgiving one and all from my pen to your computer.
Oma.. wishing you and Larry a very Happy Thanksgiving enjoy your pumpkin pie and Turkey lunch.. And yes we have much to be thankful for so very very much.. 🙂 Love Sue
Happy Thanksgiving from across the pond to you and yours, Star. Thinking of you and how thankful I am that we have this method of communicating these days. 🙂
I know your time together celebrating thanksgiving in England must have been special indeed. Was Larry delighted with his pumpkin pie ?Thanksgiving is after all, simply time spent being especially thankful, and you always seem so thankful.
Yes Kathy, Larry loved the pie and ate far too much of it!!