Device-free Thanksgiving makes for less pictures but more smiles and conversation.
The basket was passed around right before the blessing, cell phones reluctantly relinquished.
What happened after that was good for the heart, the "kids" table was alive with actual conversation and laughter, we could see their faces instead of just the tops of their heads. They were all connecting the old-fashioned way.
The prime parking spot closest to the kitchen was reserved and one by one cars would slow, then go on by to the other side, even the ELDEST. When Kay came up the long steps on the other side, we said, "But we saved you a parking spot!" She said, "I saw that sign and there is no way in He!! I was going to park there."