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Bloggers using their wit, widsom, and words despite an unusual holiday season

Thanksgiving 2020 Mona and Lisa Video Call 11-26-20 copyMy Thanksgiving Day here by myself was very quiet.

Instead of being in Madrid or Sacramento with one of my daughters, I was home alone.

We talked via WhatsApp, which I enjoyed and appreciated.

However, my Thanksgiving dinner, ordered from Haggen grocery store, wasn't that great. I'm allergic to black pepper and the turkey legs had a black pepper rub.

Meanwhile, my blogger friends are writing their Thanksgiving experiences, the pandemic, and other happenings:

  • A quiet Thanksgiving allowed the discovery the origins of the infamous Schrodinger’s Cat paradox.
  • An after-Thanksgiving turkey soup recipe.
  • How the pandemic has touched lives in different ways, and brought out different responses depending on how people have been affected.
  • The hidden dangers of toys such as magnets, balloons, and smaller toys.
  • How we can make peace with change.

Laurie Stone of Musings, Rants & Scribbles writes about these articles on the Best of Boomer Blogs #677. Click here to get the links to the articles. And be sure to join in the conversations. Bloggers love to hear from readers.


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