posted on November 26, 2013 by Jaycie Cash

Giving Thanks for Family Feuds

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It’s the official time of year for two things:

  1. Feeling thankful for our many blessings
  2. Gearing up for the annual family Thanksgiving feuds

What does your family fight over?

Does your aunt think nobody else’s stuffing is worth eating, but no one else will eat more than a bite of hers?

Does grandpa scrape all the cheese off the top of the green bean casserole before anyone else gets a share?

Do you want ham, but your mother-in-law insists turkey is the only acceptable meat to serve?

Does your husband want to watch/cheer for Team A, while your brother and/or father are hardcore fans for A’s arch-rival, Team B . . . and, naturally, they’re playing in separate games at the same time?

Do some family members want a Thanksgiving lunch while others would prefer an evening meal?

Does your new daughter-in-law insist she and your son celebrate Thanksgiving with her family instead of yours?

No matter what your family members disagree about, or how big your family feuds might seem, just remember there’s always at least one blessing everyone shares: although Christmas is just a month away, you won’t all have to get together—or agree on anything—for Thanksgiving again for a whole year.

Happy holidays everyone!

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE THANKSGIVING MEMORIES? DOES YOUR FAMILY HAVE ANY ONGOING THANKSGIVING FEUDS? HOW DO YOU MOST ENJOY SPENDING THE HOLIDAYS? A FREE COPY OF MRS. GOODFELLER WILL BE RANDOMLY AWARDED TO ONE PERSON WHO LEAVES A COMMENT BELOW BEFORE THE NEXT WRITERSPACE BLOG IS POSTED.

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