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This is a short summary Of Episode 18 of my podcast, My Thanksgiving Time Machine. I hope everyone takes the time to be grateful for what you have whether you celebrate Thanksgiving or not.
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My Thanksgiving Time Machine
Every year on the fourth Thursday in November I get to go back in time and relive a special part of my childhood. I call it my Thanksgiving time machine. I was fortunate to be able to spend Thanksgiving with my family, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins every year.
My grandmother was a phenomenal cook and we always had these wonderful meals of turkey, dressing, baked mac and cheese, sweet potato casserole, etc. She passed her recipes down to my mother and aunts. We continued the tradition after my grandmother had passed.
Luckily my mother passed these recipes down to my wife. All the women in my family are strong and independent. They can accomplish anything they want but also know their way around a kitchen. I am always thankful for the examples they set for me and everyone else.
My Time Machine
Every Thanksgiving my wife cooks these same recipes that I ate as a child and they take me back. Tomorrow I will get to enter my Thanksgiving time machine once again and be transported back to my childhood. The wonderful taste of the food brings back many happy memories. I am thankful for the incredible life God has given me.
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16 thoughts on “My Thanksgiving Time Machine”
happy thanksgiving to you my dear friend Scott, and all your family! stay safe and well!
Thank you, Carla. I hope you and your family are doing well. I am thankful to have you to inspire me. Stay safe. 🤗🦃
Oh you humble me my dear friend ❤️God bless you and your family 🌹🤗stay safe 🌺
Happy Thanksgiving !!!.❤❤😊😊
Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to you.🦃😀
Happy thanksgiving to you and your family, Scott! <3
Happy Thanksgiving, Cheryl. I hope you have a wonderful day. ❤️🤗
That is so lovely, to know that she makes your favorite childhood dishes. 😊
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. 🤗
Thank you. I appreciate your comments and I am thankful for our friendship. 🤗
Yum! Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving Scott! ❤️ Cindy
Happy Thanksgiving 🦃 Cindy. I hope you have a wonderful day with your family.
Thanks so much Scott! You as well! ❤️
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones.
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.”
– Oprah Winfrey
Thank you. That is a great quote. I hope all is well with you. Stay safe.
It is easy to look at what other people have, a skill they’re better at or a physical thing they have, and feel like we aren’t where we *should* be isn’t it? Should is a dangerous word, and often not a helpful one. This can lead to the days where we’re struggling feeling even less productive.
Following the advice you’ve given, of repeating positive affirmations by writing them down and remembering to say them at least every morning, and being thankful for all the beautiful things I do have, has led to me lean into more fruitful use of my time. My family and friends here in New Zealand, the wonderful people I’ve met through their blogs, the hope God provides even when I don’t see it, are all things I’m thankful for.
I am thankful for your words. I pray you and your family go well into 2021.
Thank you, Hamish. I appreciate your thoughtful comments. Make 2021 your year.