By Alan Neushwander
So how was your Thanksgiving? Mine was great — despite the fact that it wasn’t the one I initially would have chosen.
Kudos to the Top Christmas Elf
Hi, there. My name is Simon. I love people and am very friendly. I am about five months old, and I am neutered! I need a home. If you come to the shelter and visit me, I know you will easily fall in love with me. Please call the shelter at 231-861-5395 to arrange a visit.
By Ron Beeber
By the time you get this edition of the Herald-Journal, it will be Thanksgiving. So you’ve got the whole week ahead to make some delicious leftover recipes.
My name is Sissy. I love people and I am very friendly. I love to play, so I can be a lot of fun. I also like to take walks. I am about four-years-old, at least that’s what people tell me. If you come to the shelter and visit me, you can see for yourself.
For a few years now, I’ve enjoyed sharing fun Thanksgiving trivia in this column. I’m always looking for new facts—and fictions—about our most revered gorge fest, so I guess this is becoming a tradition. Here are some winners for 2020.
Lately I’ve been wondering what Thanksgiving was like when my mother, Hazel, was growing up. Was there a big family dinner? If so, did they eat the same things we do today? Did they have entertainment, like music or recitations or theatricals? And what would Thanksgiving have been like durin…
Thanksgiving’s just around the bend, and everyone seems to be sad and anxious. The coronavirus has put a huge dent in daily life, even more so this holiday season. We’re being warned not to have the traditional big family gatherings, to limit things to our immediate households — and even the…