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Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, better than New Year’s or my birthday. I grew up with big Thanksgiving dinners that were sometimes three families deep. Loads of food and drinking and being together all day ’cause everyone had the day off. I remember the history of Thanksgiving, we obviously learned so much about it in school, but modern-day Thanksgiving isn’t like that for us. Growing up, my mom would always make two dinners and we would all drop the second one off at a shelter before having ours. You obviously can’t make up for the history, but basically now, for me, it’s a holiday that’s centered around sharing your food, your shelter, and your day.


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