Thanksgiving Wishes

November 24, 2010 by staff 

Thanksgiving Wishes, Thanksgiving is the celebration that is rich in traditions. Whether gathering with family, friends or neighbors, is the feast of the community.
Scharnweber clan, all adults living in their own houses still go home to La Grange Park Thanksgiving. Marcia (aka mom) said: “If I did not make that green bean casserole, I do not think they would come.”
300 block of Catalina Avenue is a tradition that everyone on the block can participate at bringing together the elements to send troops, topics include chips, granola bars, Oreo cookies, soup, Campbell’s Chunky Rice Krispies trafficking and magazines, among others. Each soldier she loves getting mail and really appreciate a letter of support, appreciation, a letter from the kids on the block, especially during the holidays. A neighbor has a box on the porch and has all the elements, along with monetary donations to cover shipping costs.
I have the feeling of Thanksgiving this year will return to simpler forms and simpler times. Is it the economy? Or the people who are tired of walking and want to enjoy the rest of the day’s holiday to give thanks for what you have?
That feeling of wanting to keep what is near the penalty was confirmed when I visited Plymouth Place Senior Living? 315 N. LaGrange Road, and spoke to some residents.
Elaine Kennedy has lived in Plymouth Place Senior Living? For a little over a year. She is very happy there and even happier that his daughter lives in the area.
. “I’m going to my daughter’s house for Thanksgiving; lives in Western Springs Five of the children shall be there. Home of two of the university and conducting a flight from New York Come to the table and state what we are grateful y. was fun when the children were young. ”
Elaine is grateful for his family and friends and their health and geraniums still blooming on the balcony!
In talking with Dan and Raedell Pancake, the true meaning of Thanksgiving could not have been more sincere. Dan is currently in rehabilitation at Plymouth Place Senior Living and Raedell stays with him during his stay. They have five children.
“Our greatest gift is our family. We work on it, it takes practice,” says Dan. “I can honestly say if they were our children, we still would love to have lunch with any of them. We have been blessed with a family that works.”
This year, the tradition of the kitchen Raedell will change a little, all kids Pancake and their wives and / or boyfriends will come home to the residence of the top of the crepe in Willow Springs and cook dinner for their parents.
“We have a chef in the family and with new brides and grooms, one of Columbia, one in Mexico, we will have a variety of Thanksgiving at home, like Raedell wanted When you’re a dear mother, your children honor their wishes.‚ÄĚsays Dan.
As with Elaine, the pancakes are very grateful for all they have. Health, family, friends, good food prepared with love. Happy Thanksgiving and all the blessings of the season!

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