I’m on my way home from a visit to see Bette (more on our visit later). As I sit in a quiet corner of busy Philadelphia airport, waiting for my flight to Chicago, I’m surrounded by the holiday season: Decorations, music, well wishes from passengers. And, the holiday spirit lives: As mechanical difficulties delayed my flight to Philadelphia, airport employees provided donuts while we waited for another plane.
All this festivity makes me hungry for your six-word stories. So, today, I’d love to know: What does Thanksgiving mean to you? To me, in six words, Thanksgiving means:
Dad’s mashed potatoes, family’s loving hearts
Kids’ handmade placecards, family’s homemade love
How about you? Make my wait for my next flight fly by; please share yours in our comments section, below.
- When It’s Just You and Your Caree, How Do You Celebrate a Holiday? (caregiving.com)
- Tell Us: In Six Words, What’s Your Responsibility? (caregiving.com)
- What Change Will Help You? (caregiving.com)
- Holiday Survival Guide (caregiving.com)