In the meantime, Thanksgiving day for us will bring a lawn chair-in-the-driveway gathering, a walk in the park or, if the weather is just too inhospitable, a Zoom celebration with pumpkin pie and spray-can whipped cream fights.
It will have to be good enough.
Because I don’t know about you, but a turkey dinner with my kids, lovely as that would be, is not worth dying for.
Diane Carman is a Denver communications consultant.
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