The Campaign For DA

11.23.2017

Thanksgiving, Part 2


I got a little blowback for not posting this as I usually do. You know, I thought I discontinued the tradition last year, but I went back and looked and I had not. Things have changed in my life, but it is still good to remember.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I can move on now. ;)

janneba said...

I missed this also on Thanksgiving day almost said something but thought better of it.

David Hooper said...

Thanks for posting. This image always brings back a lot of childhood memories.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you...would not be Thanksgiving without this photo because we don't do it that way anymore and my memory if fading.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. I only got on here today to rag on you for not posting it.
Carry on.

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving. And thank you Barry for this continuation of a Liberally Lean tradition. These touchstones ground us in a turbulent world, no matter how simple and inconsequential they may seem. A powerful healer of a bruised & battered psyche and hope for better times.

DF Norman Rockwell

Anonymous said...

Hey Bu....

The holidays get weird after parents pass, for instance....

With rare exception, we had Thanksgiving and Christmas at the grand parents homes.

Then, the grand parents pass, or get old, and things change.

One side of the family, the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners are now held at the youngest daughter's home and the oldest daughter's home. On the other side of the family, Thanksgiving is at the in-laws and Christmas is rotated among the 3 kids and the parents.

I'm 61 this year, and have never missed being with my parents on Christmas day, although at times, it was a challenge to get home.

I wish you and your family the very best.

Robinhood Lane is in the house.