Wednesdays without Will: Thanksgivukkah

My fellow Americans, tomorrow we embark on one of our nation’s most coveted holidays: Thanksgiving.

In addition to turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pies, Jewish-Americans will have to make room on their tables for latkes, challah and, of course, Menorahs. That’s right, this year the holidays have aligned and, like the Power Rangers coming together to form the Megazord, Thanksgiving and the first night of Hanukkah are coming together to form Thanksgivukkah. Even if you’re not Jewish, I suggest you revel in the moment and take part in the celebrations because this won’t happen again for another 70,000 years.

 

 

If you’re racking your brain for something to be thankful for this year and don’t want to go with the old standbys like food, water, Internet and freedom, be thankful you were here to witness Thanksgivukkah.

 

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

 

Cover Photo Source:  marekuliasz

Cassandra is a Content Manager and Developer at SJG. She earned her BA from Fontbonne University in 2011. Outside the office, she enjoys an active, healthy and well-rounded lifestyle including reading, writing, running, golfing, watching films, listening to music, taking photographs, and consuming media and social media.