Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving 2015 is little more than an hour away but I am thousands of miles from the last one. While growing up, and into my child-rearing years, Thanksgiving was always a family day centered on food (and a very traditional meal at that!).  

Shelled chestnuts for stuffing

Shelled chestnuts for stuffing

Although I wasn’t on American soil for Thanksgivings 2013 and 2014, I still celebrated with family and food. What made these last 2 Thanksgiving holidays authentic was my PCV family and I am eternally grateful for their friendship, love and support.

The bird

Turkey is not readily available or affordable

So, to my A20, A21 and A22 family; I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving. To my Armenian hosts and counterparts, I apologize for not keeping in touch and send you my love; and to my family, friends and acquaintances I say “thank you” from the bottom of my heart. Because of you, I am acclimating; because of you, I am working; and because of you, I am finding my way home.

Thanksgiving 2013, Gyumri Armenia

Thanksgiving 2013, Gyumri Armenia

Pax, Bobbie

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4 responses to “Giving Thanks”

  1. Don says :

    Bobbie–

    Best wishes to you on your thousands of miles’ journey.

    Don

  2. Alice Tulley says :

    Happy Thanksgiving season, Bobbi. I have been thankful for your posts and would love a visit when you are in the area. Alice Tulley

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