Today is “Thanksgiving Day.” A holiday set aside to give thanks for the harvest and for the blessings we have, starting with the Pilgrims in 1621. Even though the future of nature’s harvests seems a little uncertain these days because of the undoing of legislation our federal government is undertaking toward the safety of our environment and our protected lands, there is still much to be thankful for in our personal lives. For me, the plentiful summer harvest I was allowed to reap is something for which I am again very thankful. Another is the health and happiness of not only my husband and myself, but also our family and friends. May today find you able to be thankful for many things as well, and looking forward to better things in the future.