The other day, we took the time while the weather was nice to take down our Halloween decorations at the house. Now, admittedly, that basically amounted to a few pumpkins and a bat that hangs on the door, but they’re decorations nevertheless. October is over, and so we shift gears in November to talk about thankfulness. We might not be 100% sure what Thanksgiving will look like in COVID-tide, but we do know that November means Thanksgiving, and Thanksgiving means thinking about our blessings.
And if we decide to do that while blasting Christmas music, I think we should all agree it’s 2020 and, at least this year, let’s let that whole argument go.