Happy Thanksgiving Post-Turkey Coma!


Sorry I didn’t get a chance to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving earlier in the day. I worked yesterday and even though we stayed home this year I was busy all day preparing our feast. It was a great day, with the exception of Aretha Franklin’s rendition of the National Anthem at the beginning of the Detroit vs. Minnesota game. I like her just fine, but, yikes!

I hope you all had a great day. I certainly hope you didn’t need to read all of those therapy “news” stories about how to spend time with your family on a holiday if you disagree with some of them on politics. I think the folks who write those things are so immersed in everything political that they forget that most Americans don’t live it and breathe it every moment of their lives. Someone even wrote a poem. Whoever wrote that needs Netflix or therapy or something.

Oh well. Enjoy the Black Friday sales, if that’s your thing, and the leftovers, your family, friends and beloved pets. I hope you have as much to be thankful for as I do. We all have struggles, and life can be difficult at times, but as Americans we are truly blessed. Let’s try to keep it that way.