Thankfulness is a Warm Turkey
Well, more than warm, actually. Nobody wants to get sick from eating an underdone bird. There's also the joy of turkey sandwiches in the days that follow. My fave is cold turkey with lettuce and good mayo. Pure bliss. What's your favorite Thanksgiving leftover?
I wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving, no matter if you're here in the U.S. or halfway around the globe. No matter what else is going on in your life, it is a wonderful feeling to sit, share a meal with friends and family, and simply be thankful. My wish for you is that you may also experience the calming peace and tranquility that thankfulness brings.
Or the stories that will be told in the gatherings following a family blow-up, usually brought on by a little too much Thanksgiving wine. Remember the year Uncle Pete....
If you find it hard to be thankful for something, be thankful you didn't burn the turkey. At least not much of it.
I'll be taking a break in December and January, so I won't be back here until February 2. I will still have books on sale in those months, so if you're reading this on my newsletter, you'll still hear from me there.
I'll also be scrambling to finish the first book in a brand new series. I think you'll like it. I hope so! It's a ton of fun to write.
In the meantime, Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and have a good time with any holiday I forgot, too.
Be kind to one another. I'll see you in February!