Thanks-Living: More than a Meal

Thanks-Living: More than a Meal

The plump turkey slowly roasts. Sausage stuffing sizzles in the skillet. A mixer cuts through creamy potatoes like butter for the garlic mash of a lifetime. Heavenly aromas waft throughout the house greeting it’s guests. Candles aglow, real ones. China polished to perfection. A table set as if Martha were coming herself. Chimes beckon guests to gather and recline at the Thanksgiving table.

As we sit down to feast, the host (the one that wasn’t in the kitchen) invites everyone to share what they are thankful for. It’s at that moment one blurts out, “I am so thankful for all the time and effort it took to make this delicious hot meal. So why don’t we eat it while its HOT!”Continue reading