Every Year Is Different

Tomorrow is the annual Thanksgiving journey to be with family and friends. The weather has certainly been different.

A late autumn snowstorm came the day before departure. Texts to our daughter gave good news–the highways were cleared.

We are travelling with only one dog. Our Maggie passed away this past August. It makes things easier logistically, but I still miss her antics.

She’d put her paws on the rear seat heat controls. We always claimed she was trying to “roast” her canine brother, Max.

Looking forward to feasting and fellowship. Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Posts may be sporadic the next few days.

Author: warturoadam77p

70 year old married retired communications worker with three grown children, transplanted from the Midwest to the sunny Gulf Coast.

2 thoughts on “Every Year Is Different”

  1. Thanks, and I wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving also! We are in Oaxaca, Mexico now, where our friends become our families, so we will be enjoying a turkey dinner with friends. Every year we bring a can of pumpkin with us for the pies!

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