Mary Doneth, who lives in Florida and is one of our Consultants was kind enough to share several photos of their most recent Thanksgiving dinner. Joining friends with family at holidays has been a long-standing tradition in the Doneth household.
Of course, Mary’s husband, Joe handles the carving honors and does it prior to the guests sitting down. For some reason however according to Mary he never seems to be as hungry as usual during dinner. And coincidentally the 16 pound turkey becoming a 14 pound turkey when it’s finally served may need to be investigated.
Another Joe tradition, we are told that in spite of sneaking a few bites of turkey here and there, he always seems to be able to leave room for several servings of Aunt Betty’s homemade cranberry sauce that only appears at Thanksgiving.
The Doneth photo below was taken as some of the guests were enjoying a cup of our Bravo Decaf with after-dinner conversation.
The gentleman seated in the center facing you, hands folded is Uncle Carl, Aunt Betty’s husband and a strong 92-year-old, World War II veteran and proud member of American’s Greatest Generation.
A few months ago Uncle Carl flew to Washington DC on one of our famous ‘Honor Flights’.
At American Serenade we are all so very grateful and proud of our heroes in uniform who have or currently serve to protect us.
We are particularly grateful to our ‘Greatest Generation’ who helped rescue and preserve the freedom for us to be able share this Grace Time American Moment with you today.
We invite you to learn more about the important significance of The Honor Flight program. Please visit: www.honorflight.org.
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