Hello, everyone, and happy Thanksgiving 2020. We’re at our first festive holiday of the 2020 season, and for most of us, this means some good food, and family. But more importantly, it’s a time to be grateful and remember the best parts of life, which is to remember what we’re most grateful for.

For me, this includes family, a home, warmth, and laughter (because without it, there is no joy), but also silly things like books, favorite foods or Hallmark movies. I’m also grateful to have readers visit this space. Transitioning from Blogger to this space was rough, but this past year has been one of growth, and I’m so very thankful to have you visit. If you do, please introduce yourself and join the conversation anytime.

Today is a day of good eats, yes, but also a day to enjoy all of the good we have in this life.

I hope you all have a lovely day of family and of course, whatever your idea of Thanksgiving cuisine is, lots of it. I’m planning to enjoy the traditional yumminess, and some kind of desert too, but as I sit here typing, I haven’t decided what that dessert will be. Now for the important question: what’s your favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal?


PS; if you’ve enjoyed all that yummy food, and are now looking for something to sit back, curl up and relax with (while Christmas shopping, maybe?), why not enjoy Love at the Thanksgiving Parade? It’s a classic 2012 Hallmark original that’s quite cheery, or you can check out what debuts on Hallmark tonight in our November schedule! (Or if you’re anything like me, a favorite is the 90s adaptation of Miracle on 34th Street.) What’s your favorite Thanksgiving day movie?

Thank you for visiting; please come back soon!

About Rissi JC

amateur graphic designer. confirmed bookaholic. bubbl’r enthusiast. critical thinker. miswesterner. social media coordinator. writer.


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