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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Don't Be a Turkey #WordlessWednesday

Tomorrow, in the United States, it is Thanksgiving.

I rarely lecture my readers, but today is going to be an exception.  Today, I want to be serious.


Don't be a turkey.

PLEASE exercise caution this holiday season.  COVID is spiking in too many places in our country. Yes, it's heartbreaking not to see, not to hug, not to eat, with those we love.  But this Thanksgiving and other upcoming holidays are symbolic.  We are giving thanks to the heroes of the past months.  We know who they are  They are still fighting for us.  They are exhausted.  They are discouraged because no one seems to care about them.  In many cases, sadly, they are right.

Don't be that person.  Instead, be a hero - a hero who cares.

Joining Sandee for #WordlessWednesday

11 comments:

  1. Thank you. Perfect photo. And Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. God bless our heroes. I thank them every single day.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  3. ...we already have an overabundance of turkey!

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  4. I love that photo and caption. We're staying put and staying healthy.

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  5. I wish you Thanksgiving filled with peace and love. ❤️

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  6. Ohmyword, yes! Different heroes on a different battleground. But so important and so needed! Exercise caution this holiday and there WILL be others...

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  7. Well said ~ they are important for our country's safety ~

    Live with love each moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. My family isn't doing Thanksgiving this year. My mother texted me today to see if I was going someplace and then questioned why I wasn't. I just couldn't (especially since she's been locked down since March). I mean, what sort of question was that?

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  9. Someone took there time to trim those tree.
    Stay Safe and Coffee is on

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  10. You're right, Alana! If we took care of each one, things would be much better.
    Lovely photo!

    Have a fine day!

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  11. You shared wonderful thoughts and it is good for our souls to remember and to not forget our heroes and I dare to add our ancestors, our roots! Love and piece for this special day of
    Thanksgiving but not only.

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