Focus on all that we have, rather than that which we may not have. Gratitude to those who have been there for us in good times and bad. Replace fear with hope. Happy Thanksgiving!
This post is from the archives, originally posted by Molly – Nov 19, 2007.
1) Invite your friends
- Send cards from Charity Cards, and the company will donate 10% of your purchase to a charity of your choice.
2) Set the Scene
Check out hemstitched organic linen napkins from rawganique.com. Their beautiful yet simple detail is sure to add class to your Thanksgiving table setting.
Stick whole cloves stem-down into organic oranges. Place on a baking sheet and bake for around 20 minutes at 300 degrees. It will make your house smell distinctly spicy and cheerful. Plus, you can simmer them in a pot of apple juice to make delicious homemade cider.
3) Eat Meat- but don’t feel too guilty
- Dartagnan.com is dedicated to sustainable, responsible farming and supports City Harvest among other charities. They specialize in traditional holiday meats and game such as rabbit, duck, and of course turkey.