Anticipating the unusual Thanksgiving I'm planning for later today, my thoughts went back to years ago when David and I were a young married couple, Sarah was a very small child, and we always celebrated the holiday in an almost over-the-top unusual (and yet traditional) way. (If you can't read this article, let me know and I'll type it up this evening, but I believe that double clicking the article should do the trick.)
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Thanksgiving Past -- 1978
As I write this, I have no idea if you will be able to enlarge the article below. Without being able to read it, this will be a useless post -- but then again, since it's just a bit of my own personal nostalgia and has absolutely nothing to do with Route 66, maybe you won't care.
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Hope you have a great Thanksgiving Spread today :o)
Love the article and pictures!
I clicked on the article which opened it in a new window. Then I zoomed the screen to 150%.
On this special day, I'm sure that Sarah can’t help but be thankful for having learned to produce her own clothes even though cleaning up after the sheep can sometimes be a downer.
Cool article and cooler pictures.
Denny, you made my day, comedically speaking! Yes, I was indeed the Martha Stewart of the Old World, but Sarah didn't grow up TOO damaged from her mother's obsessions, unless refusal to wear wool or eat store-bought butter counts.
That's awesome, Laurel! Glad to see you've always been a history buff. :)
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