Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day has come and gone this season, but it always is a time to reflect on the many blessings of family, health, hope, and even the trials in our lives that teach us something about life every day. How do you celebrate this day if you life in the United States, and if not, do you have a similar holiday in your own country? Share you thoughts on this. These pictures show are family gathering for this special day.

Randall


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm Japanese and temporary living in New York now. We have a similar holiday which is for appreciating workers and farmers in Japan but we don't celebrate like Americans do. I think Thanksgiving Holidays are wonderful because I heard that all family members or relatives gather to celebrate this holiday. Each member brings something to eat and a host father prepares a turkey. It's lovely!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am Korean, living in Seoul. We have a similar holiday called "Chuseok". In Chuseok, all family members and relatives get together in their hometown, preparing special foods, seeing their parents and have a happy time. One of the special foods is called "Songpyeon", something kind of rice cake. Chuseok is a kind of a memorial day for ancestors. So many people visit their family members' graves to pay respects. In Chuseok, heavy traffice jam would be happen to come and go to hometown all over the nation. Even though, Chuseok is one of the big holiday.

Itakam Online said...

Great Pictures! It looks like you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving! From the sounds of it, each of our team members met up with their families and enjoyed a wide variety of foods. Everything from turkey to mashed potatoes, greens, sweet potatoes, ham and pie. The list goes on and on.

All the best,
Itakam Online

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