Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the United States. Since it’s a holiday, we are not sending out our regular e-zine this week.
This is one of my favorite holidays, and not just because it could be termed our National Day of Eating! I will be celebrating the holiday with my husband and two of my sisters here at our home in Maryland and then heading out for a long weekend on the Eastern Shore for some relaxation.
Since Thanksgiving is often a time for reflection, I did want to take this opportunity to let you know how sincerely grateful I am for everyone who reads this e-zine, takes time to comment on our blog, has joined the International Association of Creative Arts Professionals, follows me and comments on Facebook and other forms of social media, has taken our classes, attended or is planning to attend our annual Creative Arts Business Summit or works with me on a private basis. I am truly honored that you have allowed me to contribute in some small way to your business growth. It is so rewarding for me that I can make a difference. Thank you!
Hanukkah also starts tonight, so if that is your tradition, blessings for your celebration.
If you are celebrating Thanksgiving tomorrow, I hope your day is filled with traditions and gratitude, as mine will be. Do you have a favorite tradition? I remember so many, from my grandmother’s favorite sausage and apple stuffing, which must cook in the bird, to the dining room antics, which stay at the dining room table (à la Las Vegas). What traditions do you have?
As I have done in the past, I wanted to share a couple of my favorite quotes about gratitude:
Do you have a favorite quote about gratitude? If so, please share it below.