Thanksgiving is a time of year to celebrate family and togetherness. Or is it?
Thanksgiving (in Canada) actually started because of a settler/explorer being thankful for making the long journey across the ocean. It eventually developed into, as the settler population grew, to be a day to be thankful for that season's harvest.
I enjoy Thanksgiving. I get together with my family, we have a big ol' meal and talk. It's one of those days that my family uses to get together and (hypothetically) enjoy each others company.
What do you do for Thanksgiving? Do you think it's a sham? Or a wasted holiday? Or do you enjoy it, and spend time with family, friends, or other loved ones?
Thankfulness and gluttony galore!
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