Thanksgiving is more than just a holiday to be spent with family eating turkey and watching football. It is a time for reflection on the many things we have to be thankful for. For one day we can put aside the challenges of the current economic climate and focus on the blessings in our lives.
Would you stand idly by while a two-year old chews on an electrical cord plugged into a live electrical outlet? Would you watch a relative stand on the top rung of your wobbly wooden ladder to help you hang Christmas lights?