Polly don't need no cracker
It’s going to be a very peculiar Thanksgiving this year;in many respects just another day hanging around the house. Our son Nicholas will make it for dinner hopefully, but that’s the only family we’ll have the chance to actually be with. Our hearts and thoughts will certainly include all our family, and many others as well. Adversity is the greatest gift never sought, and this year has been a blessing of challenges. They are the energy of growth, the fuel that can carry us to greater appreciation and gratitude for the blessings in our lives. I love my family, my life, and my savior Jesus Christ, and I am so grateful for the countless blessings, lessons, opportunities, and challenges in my life.
I have shared a few video links below and I can assure you they are not the heartfelt Hallmark sort, but may bring a smile if taken in the spirit offered. I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving. Not everyone will of course, so please do what you can to lift the burdens of others. Trust me when I tell you, the blessings you may give come back many times over.
I saved my favorite for last in these videos.
Don’t know how many may remember WKRP but it was a funny show. This, from a Thanksgiving episode still makes me crack up.
Barney. Dead on Thanksgiving day. Murdered? or a victim of the wind?
A couple SNL classics. What need be said.
A COVID Thanksgiving
Could be our new puppy.
A commercial I think, but awesome funny IMHO.
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Holiday feast… The freakin cat, right?