It’s Thanksgiving Day here in the US, an annual national holiday commemorating the harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621. It's a day to give thanks and express our gratitude for the preceding year.
For many, Thanksgiving will look very different this year. Spending time with family and friends may be done virtually. The feast may be a bit smaller than usual; but, have no fear, there are still plenty of traditions to be had and new ones to be made. Some of them could be watching the Thanksgiving Day parade, afternoon football, volunteering in your community or playing games across the miles. Not to mention all the apps that help us bridge the "Covid" distance.
So in the spirt of giving thanks - share something you are thankful for today!