Thanksgiving 2021

Was there ever a better year to thank health and care workers? On our recent trip to Natchitoches in Louisiana, we noticed little Halloween or Harvest displays by local companies along the banks of the Cane River. As we tentatively enjoyed our first vacation together since the pandemic, it struck me how much we need to thank all the people who worked relentlessly through the last two years. How grateful I am to farm workers, supermarket employees, scientists, health care workers and all the other essential workers who kept us alive and fed. Thank you!

When traveling, I love to find out something unique or whimsical about the area. Did you know there was a Creole fairy – Fee Folay? According to the sign, it is not dissimilar to our stories of Will O the Wisp. The display had a touch of Druidic charm that enchanted me.

37 thoughts on “Thanksgiving 2021

  1. What a beautiful way to thank the health care workers than a harvest display which is another aspect to be thankful.. Fey fills in French translates as. Crazy fire. Happy thanksgiving Kerry. I’m thankful that Source let our paths cross.

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  2. This is such a wonderful idea. Despite the challenges we faced due to the pandemic crises, there are still many things we can be thankful for and healthcare workers are certainly one of them as their job can be emotionally draining. May your Thanksgiving be full of peace, love and joy ๐Ÿ™‚ Aiva xx

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    • We had a turkey shortage this year but plenty of wild ones – yay! I would always choose ham. Just watched a movie on Prime, “News of the World” with Tom Hanks. It is a perfect illustration of the history of Texas – very nuanced.

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