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Tag Archives: Thanksgiving
Sure, most of us understood we weren’t out of the woods yet. After the New York State COVID-19 lockdown back in March, April and May, the pandemic curve flattened and everything eventually reopened. Those of us not working from home … Continue reading
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How, exactly, did Thanksgiving Day merely become the “Day Before Black Friday” (otherwise known as “Black Friday Eve”)? Some people will be out shopping before even starting their Thanksgiving dinner! And, of course, there are those who have already done some … Continue reading