Staying Connected November 2016

The roots of Thanksgiving are based on the celebration of a bountiful harvest. Although most families don’t farm anymore, they do harvest —  figuratively. We do our best to nourish and care for our children. We worry about them, rejoice in their achievements, and with a little bit of luck, our children become confident, competent, and caring human beings.  I know these moments are what I and many families, friends and neighbors will be giving thanks for this holiday. As Fred once said, “We all have some things that we are universally thankful for: for being able to be together, for friendship and family…for LOVING and being LOVED in this life.”

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