Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted By on November 21, 2012

Just a quick post to wish all of our American friends a very Happy Thanksgiving for tomorrow. Although I don’t live in a country which celebrates Thanksgiving I will be giving thanks tomorrow for what has been an extraordinary year, for my family and friends, for the people I meet on a daily basis running this site, for my readers and for all the blessings that God sends me.

Obviously the year is not over yet, but it has been incredibly exciting and a real rollercoaster ride. My books have now sold over 31,000 copies and I have you all to thank for your ongoing support and encouragement. I’ve wanted to be a writer for over thirty years now and I’ve finally done it – thank you.

I will be raising my glass to you all tomorrow and wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving, wherever you are – Happy Thanksgiving!

Read more about Thanksgiving in my article over at the Elizabeth Files – click here.

6 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving!”

  1. Sharon says:

    Claire,
    Thank you for the Thanksgiving wishes.
    Thanksgiving is such a wonderful holiday.
    At the end of the day, I am reminded that we are supposed to stuff the turkey and not ourselves, and yet I do it every year. It’s one of my favorite meals.

    1. Claire says:

      I do love turkey! Have a wonderful day x

      1. Dawn 1st says:

        Does the Thanksgiving meal differ to Christmas dinner in anyway? thats supposing you have turkey then too Sharon?
        Enjoy the day.

        1. Sharon says:

          Hi Dawn,
          Thank you.
          I think everyone celebrates it different on Christmas. I am Slovak/Italian. We celebrate with our ethnic dinners in my family. On Christmas Day, at my sister-in-law’s home we have ham and kielbasa. (a slovak sausage) Our big meal, on Christmas Eve is called Holy Supper. We have fish, of course, along with all the Slovak starchy foods. When it is my turn to have Christmas Day dinner at my house, I serve Lazanga. More starch. Another one of my favorite meals.

        2. Dawn 1st says:

          Thanks Sharon, very different to the British Xmas lunch, but still sounds yummy, and hey whats wrong with starch if it tastes good!! 🙂

  2. Anyanka says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to my Southern neighbours.

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