We shared our thoughts for this year’s Thanksgiving on a recent post. We’re going to focus on being present, sharing kindness, and showing gratitude for the little things that we often take for granted.
I don’t think any of us would have ever thought that Thanksgiving may get cancelled or restricted. It really puts things into perspective and makes you realize how much things can change and how fast. COVID-19 has been a very scary experience for all of us. We hope you’re able to safely come together with your loved ones and celebrate the holiday.
Whether you’re virtually getting together with your family or you’re hosting a small gathering, we encourage you to hold conversations that are more meaningful than past years. After all, quality time is what’s most important!
Five Questions to Ask The Family At the Table
Here are five questions that are sure to spark some meaningful conversations. Not only will this create a warm energy around the table, but it may help you understand some members in your family a little bit better. You may be surprised to hear what they have to say!
There are all kinds of questions that spark meaning and happiness. What’s most important is to avoid judgement and truly listen to the person speaking. Feeling heard and accepted is the best way to treat others.
Without further ado… let the conversations begin! 🦃🙏🍁🍂🥧
QUESTION 1️⃣: What does Thanksgiving mean to you?
QUESTION 2️⃣: Who are you most grateful to have in your life? What are you most grateful for? Are there things that you were once unhappy about, that you are now grateful for?
QUESTION 3️⃣: What do you hope that we have learned this year as a family/society?
QUESTION 4️⃣: Are there things that you were once unhappy about, that you are now grateful for?
QUESTION 5️⃣: What is your favorite of our family traditions?
From our family to yours, we hope you have a lovely, meaningful, and SAFE Thanksgiving! We are thankful for you being here and supporting our business!
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