As much as I’d like to extend warm wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving surrounded by loved ones, I’m happy to have it be a belated one if that means you’re unplugged and enjoying the day.
As I mentioned earlier this week, today I’ll be endeavoring to roast my first turkey and fixings. Taking it easy sounds good, except I have too many craft ideas percolating and in need of a creative release. With any luck, I’ll emerge from the long weekend with leftovers, an organized basement, and fun new holiday DIYs to share.
Whether your day is quiet and reflective, filled with generous acts of kindness, or overflowing with energy and chaos, I hope it’s a memorable one. One that leads to a full belly and a restful night!
The back of the above postcard. It shows that the holiday greeting was sent from Elizabeth in West Hoboken, New Jersey in 1908 to Mrs. H. B. Hallock in Gayhead, New York. Postcard found in the New York Public Library’s Digital Collection.