Thanksgiving Traditions

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Heather Hair, Brooke Bradley and Arnold Nyatanga demonstrate the Thanksgiving tradition of eating by eating leftover candy corn. Photo by McCall Voigt

Heather Hair, Brooke Bradley and Arnold Nyatanga demonstrate the Thanksgiving tradition of eating by eating leftover candy corn. Photo by McCall Voigt

We’ve all experienced it year after year, the food, the family, the fun and games, the stretched stomach and the after dinner food coma. That’s the American way in a nutshell– feast, feast, and feast!  Then share stories, play some football or other games, then eat some more.  Thanksgiving is truly an amazing time of year, rooted in tradition.

Traditions are a part of everyone’s day to day activity, and the Thanksgiving season is no different. Traditions vary from coast to coast, and from family to family.

Food is only one part of the celebration process at Thanksgiving time.  We all love spending time with those that matter most to us, if they are family of blood or the new age family of close friends. The time we spend with those that we are closest to is unbeatable and the Thanksgiving season is the perfect carefree time to relive old memories and make a few new ones.

Each of us brings to the table memories from past holidays and memories that others haven’t experienced. So why not share those memories through games, activities and stories? The only thing that can happen is more fun times with new faces. So this Thanksgiving, be a team player and try something new and add to your traditions of Thanksgiving time.

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