Today is Thanksgiving, a holiday to remember all of the good things in our lives and to be thankful for them.

If you’re not familiar with this American holiday, take a look at our Cultural English 60 lesson, where I explain Thanksgiving traditions, and this blog post on Thanksgiving from a few years ago.

Today is a day to be with family. That’s hard this year because many families can’t gather as they normally do.

But I will still be baking a turkey and eating pumpkin pie, thinking of all of the things I’m grateful (thankful) for.

One of those things is YOU. I and everyone here at are thankful that all of you continue to read, watch, and listen to us!

Without you and those who support us by being members, there would be no

We thank you and wish you a very happy Thanksgiving!

~ Jeff

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