The black circled day on the 23rd is a Thursday. In America, we celebrate it as Thanksgiving. Some people will try to tell you that it’s a Friday. They may try to entice you with sales, sales and more sales for Black Friday beginning on Thursday, but Thursday is not Friday, and therefore, cannot be Black Friday. They may call it Black Friday, but it is not.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, for recognizing the things for which we are grateful, including family. Yes, it also includes our favorite Thanksgiving meals, be it turkey, gravy, cornbread dressing, collard greens, yams and pies and cake (our favorite). This is our family time, and on this day, we may play games, watch football games, and laugh a lot about our lives as a family.
Black Friday has it day. It begins on Friday.
Let’s value our family time. The sales will be there.
Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy!
This concludes our FSA.