Thankful For My Sweetheart

Is thanksgiving a noun or a verb?

If Thanksgiving is a noun, then it can be known as

  • Thanksgiving
  • Erntedankfest
  • L’Action de grâce,
  • Dia de Ao de Graas

for people in

  • Germany,
  • Canada,
  • The U.S.,
  • Grenada,
  • Liberia,
  • Norfolk Islands,
  • Vietnam

Each country has its traditions for celebrating this festival. People gather and socialize with family and friends. It centers around food and appreciation as the festival originated as a way of showing thanks for a bountiful harvest.

When my family gets together around the table later today, thanksgiving will become a verb.

Before we dive in to turkey, roast, vegetables, stuffing, pies and other traditional and non-traditional fare, I’m going to ask each to stop and give thanks. Each will voice their own unique reason to be thankful.

I’ll be most grateful for having each of them there at the table with me.

Here’s my concern. What happens tomorrow?

  • Will I let a year pass before giving thanks again?
  • Will I forget to show appreciation for them?
  • Will it take another externally imposed holiday to remember to tell my sweetheart how much I appreciate her as part of my life?

This blog is as much to remind me, as to share with you.

One way I say thank you to her is making several opportunities to romance her in the way she wants to be romanced in the coming 12 months. Each time I create a Romantic Interlude for my sweetheart, it says thank you for being part of my life.

I invite you to join me in romancing your sweetheart as a way of showing thanksgiving all year for his/her part in our life.

Happy Thanksgiving, sweetheart. Robert

 

 

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