“Thanksgiving, man. Not a good day to be my pants.”
It’s the day before the day in the U.S. when all citizens give thanks for their blessings.
And eat like a roly poly pig on a mission.
Turkey, mashed taters, stuffing, gravy, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, warm rolls and butter, pumpkin pie and more.
There are some of us that watch football on this day.
Some that play games with family.
Or go to the movies.
There are those that fall asleep on the couch due to pumpkin pie overdose.
And those who try to “walk off” the pumpkin pie overdose with the dog.
Although it’s difficult to walk off all that food on little roly poly pig legs.
This is a day to be thankful for all of the good things in life and the blessings of the harvest.
I am thankful for a roof over my head and food in the fridge.
For having a job and the vehicle that takes me there.
For having family, friends and a faith community.
For furry faces and a soft bed
For freedom and choices
For upright and breathing
But most of all…
For yoga pants that stretch with the roly poly Thanksgiving pig.
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