Thanksgiving Week

Submitted by ub on Sun, 11/24/2019 - 10:47

There's good news and bad. Mother nature is expected to play tricks on US but as resilient Americans we shall overcome.

Be safe and try to stay swarm and dry, but most of all please remember to be kind, even if you're frustrated and tired. There's so much to be thankful for all of US.

A Thanksgiving weak cold front may be arriving out west and moving East towards New York and all across New England. Showery and windy further south. The Tri-State area may get slammed on Wednesday as this weather pattern moves eastbound.

I recall celebrating my first Thanksgiving in the #USA with my parents and watching The Wizzard of OZ, but we're not in Kansas anymore, SOTO.

This Thanksgiving, it's time to have a national conversation about American democracy. As Thanksgiving Day and Congress judgment-day come our way, some tips to do and say for keeping the peace over the holiday turkey, and pumpkin pie. First, listen, then ask questions and finally, try to find common ground. Remember that God welcomes even the biggest turkeys.

While you're celebrating Thanksgiving, it might occur to you that it is a little later than usual this year. As it turns out, there's a reason the holiday is arriving a little on the late side. The story dates back to 1939 when #FDR decided to shake things up.

Thanksgiving had been celebrated on the last Thursday of the month since the time of Abraham Lincoln. But, according to #TIME, during 1939, the calendar had been unusual, as the month started on a Wednesday, so there were five Thursdays as opposed to four. How's that for lore?

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Storms to impact travel through Thanksgiving holiday week in the #USA Storms to impact travel through Thanksgiving holiday week in U.S.

FYI: Check your pantry and fridge for these recalled foods before Thanksgiving
Federal health officials are warning people to avoid some foods due to a series of issues from E. coli to lack of inspection

‪Thanksgiving weather: Snow, wind could snarl travel in central, eastern USA as 55M clog roads, airports…