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It’s that time again when we are busy getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving before launching into the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season. And I have once again been given the opportunity to share thoughts and reflections on this holiday that we know as Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is a holiday celebration that brings families and friends together for a big meal of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes or yams, cranberries, that popular bean casserole and/or corn casserole, other dishes, and of course pumpkin pie with glops of whipped cream. Read moreThankful for many things, including Thanksgiving

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