Thanksgiving is breathing down our necks here in the United States.
It’s been quite a year and I have a lot to be thankful for, professionally and personally. One of the things I’m thankful for are those of you who read History in the Margins, send me comments and ideas, ask hard questions, point out the typos, and cheer me on. Without you, I’d be talking to myself.
I’m going to close down for the rest of the week to make lists, peel potatoes, make a toast or two, spend some time with my family, and count my blessings. I’ll be back on Tuesday (knock wood) with more stories from history.