In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by David Loy
On this week’s episode, I talk about our family’s Thanksgiving traditions, and why it pays to express your gratefulness.
We almost always have Thanksgiving at our house.
- We’ve maybe only spent Thanksgiving away once or twice since the boys were born.
- The parade is always on. We don’t really sit and watch it, but we’re in and out of the room with the cooking and playing outside.
- I will smoke the turkey on the Kamado Joe and make “Cranberry Whomp.”
- Polly makes “Green” (which is a Jell-O salad), dressing (not to be confused with stuffing), and cornbread—plus other family members bring treats as well.
Gratefulness is a daily thing to express. Unexpressed gratefulness is not gratefulness.
- It’s an honorable way to live your life and it also has great benefits, too.
- People don’t understand that their lives would be so much easier, better, and more filled with opportunity if they just lived their lives expressing grate
- Learn to look for reasons to express your gratefulness.
- One of the things I learned when I was working regularly with the military is that on the holidays they will always prepare an empty place setting—symbolizing the kids whose mom or dad won’t be with them because they’re overseas or in H
- It’s one more way to remember how thankful we are that we’re all together and to remember them and thank them for their sacrifice for us.
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