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19 November 2017
Welcome back to Sunday Stealing which originated on WTIT: The Blog authored by Bud Weiser. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. You may have heard the expression, “honor among thieves”. In that age-old tradition, we try to credit the blog that we stole it from, if possible. We also provide a link to the victim's questions in our "Previous Victims" widget. (It's our way of saying "Thanks!") Sometimes we edit the original meme, to make it more relevant to our global players, to challenge our players, to select the best questions, or simply to make it less repetitive from recently asked questions from a previously post. Cheers to all of us thieves!
With Thanksgiving coming up this week, I thought it might be fun to find
a set of Thanksgiving-related questions. This came from a site called
1. What made you feel patriotic this year?
2 . What do you value most about your life?
3. What do you appreciate about your friendships?
4. Name one person who can make you laugh, even months later. Why?
5. What is the funniest thing you remember about a Thanksgiving past?
6. Do you have any unusual traditions, rituals or habits around
7. Name one ancestor that you think about on Thanksgiving and tell
Is there a family heirloom at the Thanksgiving table? What is its
9. What is your favorite part about Thanksgiving Day?
10. What random act of kindness did you perform or that was done to
you this year that makes you feel grateful?
11. What do you appreciate about the change of seasons?
12. Name five things that make you happy about today.
13. How has the celebration of Thanksgiving today changed from when
you were little?
After Jeri was born, the dinner moved to Walt's and my house and I enjoyed being the hostess, then we started going to Tahoe until David died.
Now we have lost all tradition. With the family spread out, there is no logical place to get us all together and the older my mother gets, the more I feel the need to celebrate what might be her last holiday, so I have dinner with her, and others either come or not, but she's not comfortable in crowds.
14. If you could share Thanksgiving dinner today with one person in
history who would it be? Why? (Note: it can be a relative)
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