Happy Thanksgiving Wishes!
Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States today.
You don’t have to be from the United States to join our party, everyone is welcome!
Whether you are from the United States or not, let’s celebrate! We all have much to be thankful for, like each other.
My post What No One Tells You About Blogging was written Thanksgiving week in 2014 when I first started blogging and details all that bloggers have to be grateful for.
In the five years since publication, the long list of reasons detailed in the post has multiplied many times over.
In the comments section, you are encouraged to self-promote.
Introduce your blog to the other guests at the party. Tell the readers about your blog, and post a link to your favorite post, a recent post, your About page, your blog link, or anything you like.
If you are not already following Mostly Blogging, I like new subscribers too.
At today’s blog party, we are having roast turkey, traditionally served at Thanksgiving feasts.
For ambiance, today’s musical selection will be Charlie Brown Thanksgiving piano music.
Enjoy the turkey and networking.
Note: At other blog parties, guests return and leave different links to articles in different comment boxes. You are welcome to return as often as you like and leave links.
I am hoping others will be able to find new blogs to read and new bloggers to connect with.
Guests, if you think others would enjoy the networking opportunities at our Thanksgiving blog party, please share on your social media. The more guests at the party, the more networking opportunities for all of us.
If you get a chance to promote the link to this party on your site, that would also be much appreciated since it would help make others aware of this blog party.
Thank you for coming to my Thanksgiving blog party!
Happy Thanksgiving from Janice Wald and Mostly Blogging!
Happy Thanksgiving Wishes FAQ
What to say to wish someone a Happy Thanksgiving?
There are many ways to say “Happy Thanksgiving.” I like to say, “From our home to yours, Happy Thanksgiving.”
Is it correct to say, “Happy Thanksgiving?”
Since the holiday reminds Native Americans how we betrayed them, saying Happy Thanksgiving” could offend Native Americans.