Long after the stove is off, you’ll feel the warmth of love and gratitude when you try these ideas this Thanksgiving… See on www.houzz.com
Some of the best ideas in this article we’ve “scooped” to our Wisconsin Living board include asking guests to bring pictures taken this year to share.
– Another wonderfully simple idea is to invite people who have no place to go, elderly neighbors, work friend, distant relatives etc. No one should spend this wonderful, homey holiday alone.
– Make a gratitude tree for the table.
– Donate food to a food pantry
First Weber, firm believer in homeownership, wishes you a wonderful Thanksgiving amongst family and friends.