Board of Education Regular Meeting will be help on July 15, 2024. An agenda will be posted by July 12th.

Thanksgiving’s “Enemy List”

I had never thought of Thanksgiving as “the enemy” to anything before.
But then I saw this.

Oh my!

I think Mr. Ironside is absolutely right.

See if you agree.

All of our anticipated Thanksgiving-related gatherings – and the extra effort and preparationwe put into them – do indeed go a long way in fighting:

  • Resentment
  • Loneliness
  • Jealousy
  • Selfishness
  • Complacency
  • Hopelessness

No doubt there are a few other items you would add to Thanksgiving’s “Enemy List.”

I hope you do!

And I especially hope your time together next week with your loved ones and friends successfully push back on whatever anxiety or worry is weighing on your heart.

“Praising more” is probably the perfect antidote for you and me both right about now, given our busy schedules and responsibilities.

Here’s another enemy of Thanksgiving


Although over-eating could easily be added to every Thanksgiving’s Enemy List, I’m not adding it to mine.

I don’t think I’ve ever conquered this one on Thanksgiving Day, to tell you the truth.

So why start now?

In closing –

I want to wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Please remember four things.

  • We only have school on Monday and Tuesday next week.
  • I appreciate all you do for our students and staff.
  • My next weekly email to you will be Nov. 30.
  • “Go Eagles!”

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