Happy Thanksgiving

Jason Pitzl-Waters —  November 22, 2012 — 5 Comments

Whether this is a day of thanksgiving or mourning (or even “unthanksgiving”) for you and yours, may you find contentment, happiness, and peace. The Wild Hunt will be taking the rest of the day off to cook and spend time with loved ones. I’d like to give thanks to everyone who reads, comments, and supports this blog. As we move forward with our renewed independence, you all give me something to be thankful for. So thank you, thank you, thank you.

Cornucopia photo by Jina Lee @ Wikimedia Commons

Cornucopia photo by Jina Lee @ Wikimedia Commons

Regular posting will resume tomorrow.

Jason Pitzl-Waters


  • LadyCrossroad

    From someone in the old continent…thank you, Jason and the Wild Hunt. You make my life a little brighter 🙂

  • cernowain greenman

    I find Columbus Day a more important day to protest, since it was in 1692 that the European oppression began.

    As for Thanksgiving, I wish we could get off of the traditional (and misleading) Thanksgiving narrative of “Puritans and Indians” and instead just focus on thankfulness for the harvest instead.

    Blessed be the green Earth, our Mother, from whom all our food comes.

    • Lēoht Sceadusawol

      1692 (Salem trials begin) or 1492 (Columbus lands on the New World)?

      • cernowain greenman

        Leoht, gosh, yes, 1492 when “Columbus sailed the ocean blue”, that’s what I meant. Thanks.

        • Lēoht Sceadusawol

          Being from ‘the old world’, I wasn’t entirely sure, so had to ask.