"Thanksgiving ??? Is that some sort of pagan ritual practiced in the colonies ?"
I received the above message this morning in an email from Chris Ellison, a Scottish friend living near Manchester, England. He sent it in reply to a story and message I had emailed to a group of friends earlier.
I first met Chris in New Hampshire in 1985, and we became friends at a Guy Fawkes Day party that November, an English holiday celebrating the discovery and prevention of a plot to blow up Parliament in 1605. During that period, I became friends with many of the British consultants employed at the company I worked for, AIG.
Those were good a fruitful years.
The link below takes you to a story that celebrates those people and that time in my life.
Cheers and Slainte
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