Since I don’t eat turkey and don’t like tofurkey, I wasn’t not what photo I wanted to post. All of them showed a turkey in the center of the table. I did volunteer at the Jewish Family and Children’s Services to make challah rolls to give to needy families, along with a turkey dinner, so perhaps my message should be the whatever you eat at Thanksgiving, give thanks for what you have and share with others who do not have enough to eat.
I also purchased a pumpkin pie from the local MANNA organization that helps people who are ill and brings them food for 21 meals each week. Their philosophy is Food is Medicine. The Thanksgiving program is called Pie in the Sky and the purchase covers the pie and a donation. Feel free to see if there is a local food organization in your neighborhood where you can volunteer by preparing and packing meals.