Happy Thanksgiving to all! I apologize for my late greeting. I have been very busy this day, but anyway, as they say, "it is better late than never". We have a little "Thankgsiving Day" celebration at Aunt Kathy's house, and the big one will be on Saturday.
I heard some people greet each other with "Happy Turkey Day", rather than "Happy Thanksgiving Day". I understand why they said that because this is the day where everybody got to have Turkey for dinner. But it losses its precious meaning which is to be thankful for the harvest and crops that we have throughout the year.
Anyway, I am only voicing out what has bothering me. I can get over it now. This is my second "Thanksgiving Day" here in USA. My husband wake me up this morning and was the first person who greeted me "Happy Thanksgiving Day". We were discussing what are the things that we are thankful for to the Lord on this year. I pray that we all have a happy thanksgiving day and had never forgotten to thank the Lord for everything that we got... now and every day of our lives.