Today I give thanks for my good fortune.
There is so much to be thankful for when you consider that millions of people around the world go to bed hungry every night. The situation is dire in Yemen where a child under five dies of hunger every 10 minutes.
As the World Food Bank USA, reports, “As the civil war in Yemen rages on, the country is teetering on the brink of famine. 17 million people don’t know where their next meal is coming from. And the cholera epidemic is making the situation even more dire for the 2.2 million severely malnourished children.”
If you wish to make a donation to help in the fight against this humanitarian crisis, click on World Food Bank USA.
Thanks to my loyal followers, my fellow bloggers, my family, and my friends for your continued support.
Just another reminder that there are veterans out there who need jobs. We can celebrate Thanksgiving by thanking the women and men who have served our country so valiantly. They’ve given. Now it’s time for us to give back.
Veteran Job Boards
There are a number of resources for veterans. Here are just three among many: Read More→
As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, let’s give thanks to the brave men and women who have so valiantly served our country. Many have returned severely wounded from battles in faraway countries. They deserve our thanks, our respect and our help.
About the Wounded Warrior Project
This year, the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is recognizing its ten-year anniversary. The Project’s stated mission is to “honor and empower Wounded Warriors…and raise awareness and to enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members.” Read More→
The First Thanksgiving
Tomorrow we celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the United States.
I don’t think most people from other countries understand just how important this holiday is to those of us who live here.
The holiday goes back to Colonial Days when the early pilgrims gave thanks for their crops and it has evolved over the years into a major national celebration to be shared with family and friends.
People will brave horrible traffic, delayed flights and every conceivable inconvenience to gather with their families on this special day to give thanks. Most of us will eat turkey, a tradition, just like our forefathers did.
We have so much to be thankful for when you consider that millions of people around the world go to bed hungry every night.
I personally want to thank my loyal readers and my many friends in my web “family” for your support. My best wishes to you and your loved ones.