Thanksgiving day

I had the opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving day many years ago in the States. It dates back in 1621, when the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Native Americans shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies.

Nowadays, it is the perfect occasion for families to sit together have a nice dinner. But, it gives us the occasion to be thankful for all the wonderful things that have happened throughout the year. This year has been bumpy and long but despite that and because of that there are many reasons to be grateful and many people to give thanks to. Beloved ones are safe (maybe a bit bored… but safe) and busy. Plenty of opportunities and new adventures have challenged myself and my inner circle, important reconnections were made… It might not look like a lot, but it is, specially this year.

Finally, let me be grateful to (hope not to miss anyone) Ervy, Josep, Anna, Enric, Pablo, Marc, Luis, David, Ana, Javi, Manu, Maria, Esther, German, Nuno, Nuri, Elena, Susana, Fernando, Esteban, Natalia, Antonia, Maria, Montserrat, Josep, Albert, Sonia, Joan, Montse, Jordi, Adria, MCarme, Marta, Paquita, Daniel, Eric, Eli, Marie, Eve, David, Mariano, Manuel, Carmelo, Antonio, Ignacio for having played an important role in this year’s adventure (no matter how :-))

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