[nfb-talk] Thanksgiving Memories

Mark Tardif markspark at roadrunner.com
Mon Nov 24 22:18:05 UTC 2014

When I was a kid of 5 and 6 years old, we really did go to Grandma and 
Grandpa's house Thanksgiving Day for turkey and all the trimmings.  Grandma 
was always a really good cook anyway, but this was even better.  Before 
dinner we would sit and watch one of the parades and then just relax.  In 
the late nineties when my parents moved back up here and I was still in 
Connecticut, I was invited by my girlfriend to spend Thanksgiving with her 
and her family, they certainly made me feel at home.  When I lived in 
Florida, our church had a Thanksgiving feast and you would usually bring a 
dish or two, often a dessert, and it was great for those of us whose 
families were far away.  It always made me thankful that I was either with 
family or was usually invited somewhere.  Nobody, unless by choice, should 
have to spend Thanksgiving by themselves, in my opinion.

Mark Tardif
Nuclear arms will not hold you.
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Subject: [nfb-talk] Thanksgiving Memories

Dear Memeaers,

Since it's Thanksgiving week I wanted to share some of my
favorite Thanksgiving memories.  I remember our first
Thanksgiving in Boston when I was a baby.  My family bought a big
turkey to cook for our Thanksgiving dinner.  They put me in my
carseat which was right next to the turkey and it was bigger than
me.  I remember in first grade we had a Thanksgiving feast with
lots of food.  We also had one in my dird-grade class with lots
of food and deserts.  What are your favorite Thanksgiving
memories? Hope to hear from you soon.

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