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GUEST COLUMN: Whatever the menu, Thanksgiving is a good time to express gratitude

Raymond Durso, Jr.
Posted 11/23/22

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on everything that we’re grateful for; all that sustains, nourishes, and supports us.

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GUEST COLUMN: Whatever the menu, Thanksgiving is a good time to express gratitude

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Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on everything that we’re grateful for; all that sustains, nourishes, and supports us.

For many, the holidays are a whirlwind of good food and family gatherings. Thanksgiving also provides us an opportunity to spend time with the people who make our lives special. 

Maybe your celebration resembles a traditional feast of turkey and stuffing, or perhaps you’re embracing something a little different.

Whatever your menu, Thanksgiving is a day to express gratitude for the presence of our friends and loved ones in our lives.

At its heart, the most important part of the holiday is always about the people. Recent years have made it difficult to celebrate Thanksgiving in person. This has allowed us to create new traditions, such as smaller gatherings and more local “Friendsgiving” dinners. 

Since we can’t always have everyone we love at the table, Thanksgiving wishes and messages are more important than ever to reach friends and family. A thanksgiving greeting lets your loved ones know that you’re still thinking of them and that you’re thankful for their presence in your life. 

May your Thanksgiving be full of peace, love and joy.

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