by Kate Collins
This Thanksgiving I'm declaring my house a Positive Clinking Zone. Hopefully, this "zone" will be so well received by my family that, besides the applause, the accolades, and the admiration they are bound to heap on my humble yet strong shoulders, it will become a new tradition.
What is this so-called zone? Funny you should ask.
But first, let me backtrack.
For the past several months I've been reading about the Law of Attraction and other laws of quantum physics that directly impact the quality of our lives. I even wrote a blog about how showing appreciation, and giving thanks for things we love, enjoy, and feel blessed about brings forth more of the same.
So being the hostess/chef/chief bottle washer, I decided that this year at our big Thanksgiving dinner, after the prayer but before anyone dives into the food, we will go around the table and clink glasses, and for every clink, a person will state one thing s/he is grateful for. I'm thinking two rounds will be adequate, but if it turns out to be the rewarding experience I think it will be, who knows how many rounds?
Okay, realistically, I'm thinking just two or the crowd will turn mutinous. And if that were to happen, I'd have to change the blog title to Mutiny in the County.
Happy Thanksgiving, friends.
Do you have any similar traditions?