As many of you know, today is a holiday in the US called Thankgiving. There are a lot of myths around the origin. The picture above illustrates one most of us here were taught while young. It's a holiday celebrated in a few other countries at different times. Canada (which I claim has their celebration in October because it is hard to be thankful when trapped by ice and snow) is the one I usually think about, but Wikipedia lists others. While the traditional focus has been as a celebration in thanks for a (hopefully) successful harvest, it has grown into a day to consider everything we're thankful for.
So, before I eat more turkey and fall asleep on the couch during a football game, I and the Pals want to express our thanks for you, our readers.