Gawley Gee that was great! ( Even though I grew up in Kansas, I never got to say that). Wasn’t really free. But now I am, thank God. And I still don’t say gawly or gee, but for different reasons. Funny how lack of turkey can bring on such a deep feeling of thankfulness. Thanks for the journey back and into God’s amazing grace.
I think Americans are going to be reacquainted with this kind of simple thankfulness very shortly if they are not already. The message in this is so crucial, especially for our children who have been blessed with plenty. Human nature is just that way – you don’t appreciate what you have until it’s endangered or gone altogether.
Saw this at Prelinger archives some time ago, thought it was wonderful,
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