Category Archives: Thanksgiving Tales

Moving into the Future

Before sharing my last memory with you, I would like to thank Jennifer Donohoe for coordinating Thanksgiving Tales and bringing this small group together, sharing our unusual Thanksgiving experiences and memories with you our readers. Thanks to Joan Lane and … Continue reading

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The Thanksgiving I didn’t get Dressed

This week Karina Gioertz shares one of her memorable stories for our Thanksgiving Tales. Enjoy. Most years at Thanksgiving, I like to dress up as much as possible without being perceived as overdressed. Given that most of my family is … Continue reading

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Oh my, she didn’t

Jennifer Donohoe shares one of her memorable Thanksgivings for the holiday tales. written by Jennifer Donohoe My grandmother cooked Thanksgiving dinner like no one’s business. Everything you could imagine – if you were from West Virginia – steamed its way … Continue reading

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Anybody remember aprons?

JP Lane shares her memorable, first time ever Thanksgivings feast for the holiday tales. You don’t see aprons much anymore, except in commercial kitchens. I know I’m dating myself, but I remember sewing a pretty gingham apron edged in white lace – … Continue reading

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Thank You Melissa

Before starting Thanksgiving Tales, I’m compelled to do something extremely important to me. Thanksgiving = thanks + giving Who are we thanking? Well, that depends on who you are and what you need to be thankful for. With thanksgiving approaching … Continue reading

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