364 Un-Thanksgiving Days a Year to Say Thanks
Dorah Blume is an author of historical fiction novels. Her latest, Botticelli's Muse, is a provocative story about Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, the conflicts of Medici Florence, and the woman at the heart of his paintings.
Dorah Blume, Deborah Bluestein, Botticelli's Muse, Sandro Botticelli, italian renaissance, italian artists, medici florence, historical fiction novel
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364 Un-Thanksgiving Days a Year to Say Thanks

364 Un-Thanksgiving Days a Year to Say Thanks

In Walt Disney’s version of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice crashes the un-birthday day party at the Mad Hatter’s table. This goofy host goes on to say that each person has 364 days in the year to celebrate their un-birthdays which are just as important as the one birthday day. Since it’s Alice’s un-birthday too, she is invited to stay and celebrate.

During this time of year when December gift giving too often trumps Thanksgiving, let’s celebrate 364 days of un-Thanksgiving Day with grateful living. Why practice gratitude only on a stomach full of turkey when we can practice giving thanks three hundred and sixty-four days of the year?A very merry un-Thanksgiving Day to you, to you, as well as the actual Turkey day before Black Friday when Christmas holiday shoppers too often trample away the spirit of saying thanks.

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