Thankful for the USA

  My daughter Grace and her husband Frank treated Sandra and me to Thanksgiving lunch at the Hilton Garden Inn yesterday. It was really pleasant dining and chatting with them, their sons Jonathan and Adam, and Frank’s sister Maria. Frank and Grace drove to Lakeland from Miami, and so did Adam, who picked up Jonathan […]
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Saying Thanks and Meaning it

Today, Americans say thanks. And (to borrow a line from John Lennon) you know it ain’t easy. Not for me, anyway. I always feel awkward saying thanks. Am I afraid I’ll sound insincere? Or go over the top like Sally Fields in her embarrassingly memorable Academy Awards speech? Hard to tell. And I should be […]
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