As with Dawn’s Early Light, Tom Barnett, New Persuasion, and The Metropolis Times, it is a very tdaxp thanksgiving. It’s been 440 years since the first thanksgiving at a permanent settlement in a US state, where Pedro Menendez de Aviles and hundreds of Catholic settlers shared a Thanksgiving feast with Timucuan Indians. Subsequent spontaneous thanksgivings were held by settlers in Virginia, Massachusetts, Texas, and other states.

I have so much to be thankful for, including

friends (real and blog)
Lady tdaxp
Samuel Alito

and, of course, many more.

It’s also neat that each of the last three posts where written by three different authors — Catholicgauze, Aaron, and myself. I am so thankful for this community. As thankful as Koreans should be for Japanese Imperialism. (And thankful to Simon for that link!)

I hope every had as great a Thanksgiving as I had!! The food was delicious!

Take care, and God Bless!!!!

Dan tdaxp