Turkey Day haiku

Driving and driving

To see family and eat

Gluttony and thanks.

Actually that sounds pretty cynical. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because it is all about gratitude rather than spending money on gifts, and the unfortunate commercialization of a religious holiday. It transcends religions, families of origin, and all the nonsense things people feel they *have* to do for Christmas in the United States. It has a special place in my heart.

So consider that first one from the darker side of my personality and here is a better one.

Gratitude for all.

So many blessings right here.

Do not forget this.

 

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