Do you know when we celebrate Thanksgiving in the U.S.? It’s celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November, and I love this holiday Thanksgiving is not just about the wonderful turkey dinner and delicious pumpkin pies we have for dessert. It’s a day to be with family and remember what we should be thankful for. So Thanksgiving is a day of giving thanks. I have some wonderful memories of Thanksgiving dinner at my grandparents’ house. My grandmother was an amazing cook, and I’m so thankful for those memories. Now it’s my turn to make the holidays special for my children. I’m going ask Alex and Natasha to help me share 10 different ways to give thanks. Are you ready? That’s one of our traditions. Truthfully, I wasn’t really delighted with our dog when we first got her because having a puppy is a lot of work, but now I’m absolutely thrilled that we have a dog because she’s a wonderful family companion. I appreciate having a dog because she’s fun. Of course, I’m thankful for being a mother, but if we talk about work, then nothing makes me happier than teaching. My children may not be perfect, but I think they’re perfect for me. I couldn’t ask for anything more. I’m really thankful to be a teacher. So thank you for being a part of my teaching and my life. That’s all for now. As always, thanks for watching and happy studies! And of course, happy Thanksgiving!