Wicket’s Thanksgiving Traditions (Wicket Wednesday ~ BAB Takeover Week November 2019)

Hello, Wicket here! Happy November! I love the month November. It reminds me to share my gratitude. I am grateful for so many things, such as my wife and son. Today, I thought I would write about some of our thanksgiving traditions. Afterwards, you can comment and tell me which ones you like and tell me some of your traditions.

First, we’ll start with the tradition of football. On Thursday morning, I get together with a bunch of friends and we play football. However, we do get back in time for lunch! You can’t miss that.

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Of course, after we eat, it’s time for football on TV. I’m going to let Wes watch it with me this year. Willow watches it sometimes, but she doesn’t love it as much as I do.

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Another thing we do is watch goofy, classic movies. I can’t wait to share our movies with Wes, but for some, we will have to wait ’til he’s older.

We also take a family picture on Thanksgiving day. I also get pictures with my football playing friends.

We also put our Christmas tree up on Thanksgiving in the evening. We do it after some leftovers.

We can’t leave out the most important thing! Gratitude! You thought I was going to say food, didn’t you? I write what I’m thankful each day in November, and this helps me remember to express my gratitude to Willow each day. At the start of our Thanksgiving meal, feathers are used for namecards. We then ask out guests to write something they’re grateful for on them. Then, we go around the table and have them tell us what was on their feather as they place it on a turkey that we have. Let’s all remember to share our gratitude all year long!

Okay, okay, food is important too. Would you like our menu? Check it out here.

Well, I hope you all have a blessed Thanksgiving!

Until next time, Wicket out!


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