November 17 2010 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Thanksgiving Planning and Attention Deficit Disorder
About thirty years ago, I experienced an amazing Thanksgiving. It wasn't amazing in a good way. My niece's husband was a foreign student. All of his friends were invited to Thanksgiving at my house. That was before I had learned to plan. Suddenly, I had twenty students at my house expecting to be served a turkey dinner! There was plenty of turkey, and it was finished several hours before the side dishes. Everybody was kind to me as I scrambled to put a complete dinner on the table. I felt terrible about doing such a disorganized job of making dinner. The house was a mess, too! I had stress that was off the charts.
Thanksgiving is often a time of stress, instead of the time of joy and fellowship that we crave. Is there a way to make it better? Planning is the key to the Thanksgiving of your dreams. Use this plan to make it a memorable day.
I wish all of you a very blessed holiday season,
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