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Happy Thanksgiving From My Family to Yours


November 2021

To all of my friends, Happy Thanksgiving from ‘Merica. May your lives be filled with joy, peace and contentment. And turkey. Lots and lots of turkey… and mashed potatoes… and gravy. Oh, and green bean casserole! Can’t forget the green bean casserole. If you’re not so fortunate on the joy, peace and contentment, remember; a bike will fix a lot of whatever you’re missing*.

*But not a new bike. Because you can’t buy new bikes. Because Covid. Or something. Do your shopping at The Pro’s Closet (or your country’s equivalent). And a bike won’t put turkey on the table. It’ll take the belly from too much turkey off of you, but it won’t work the other way around.

Oh, and if you’re short on the joy, peace and contentment end of things and the bike doesn’t work, do one of two things; read The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous and do that (the first 164 pages), whether you’re an alcoholic or not it really doesn’t matter. Or follow this blog… everything I write about recovery is not just about beating alcoholism – it’s about working the program in everyday life.

The key is the program. The alcoholism is just one brick in that wall.


  1. JD Blom says:

    Looked like an awesome ride. That is definitely something to be thankful for. Happy thanksgiving to you and keep the pedals spinning and the keys writing!

  2. cheriewhite says:

    Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving, Jim! 🍁🍂🎉

  3. idlecyclist says:

    Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🥳

  4. unironedman says:

    All the best to you and yours this season, Jim. We normally share the evening with good friends (one is from America) but Covid has put the mockers on it this year, alas.

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