On this day of giving thanks, I am thankful for my family back in Seattle. Today they are breaking tradition and having lunch at my aunt’s new house instead of their usual spot. I miss and love them and wouldn’t be who I am today without them.

I am also thankful that I can host Thanksgiving dinner here in Switzerland with people who live in my apartment building. Keeping the menu simple: turkey breast, green bean casserole, mashed spuds, and salad. Alas, the dessert will have a Swiss theme as my neighbors offered to bring the sweets. They should be here any minute…

Happy Thanksgiving!


3 thoughts on “Thanksgiving

  1. Missed you at Debbie’s. She has a wonderful new home and was a very gracious hostess. We are so thankful for you. Your intelligence, planning skills coupled with spontaneity
    Compassion and humor. Then there are your musical and language abilities, your maturity, your xxxxx. I could go on for hours.
    Luv u bunches.

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