Tuesday, November 24, 2009


I enjoyed Jonathan Safer Foer's Thanksgiving essay in Parade Magazine (yes, I read Parade Magazine). His family has this great tradition of placing a small pile of unpopped corn kernels at each place setting. Over the course of dinner, everyone, at the their own pace, moves the kernels to the middle of the table one by one, symbolizing all the different things large and small they have to be grateful for.

It's easy to forget sometimes.

More later,


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