It's hard to believe that four years have passed since the Thanksgiving after Katrina. I spent that one alone, but was very grateful and happy as evidenced by this blog post. I learned a lot from Katrina, and I'm still learning. But, hey, that's what life is for, right?
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I was inspired by the quote on your LinkedIn page by Darwin, and I think that your attitude is very positive even in the face of advertisity. Change is the key, and if you adapt to the situation, you will survive and prosper.
At my house in 2005, we were trying to figure out how to do Thanksgiving without a refrigerator. We ended up getting turkey steaks at Langenstein’s; they didn’t take up much room in the cooler. That was a memorable year.