2020 Pandemic has caused a lot of festivals to be done virtually and large gatherings are still discouraged. Rather than think about the Thanksgiving Day traditions we are missing, we can embrace this new normal and keep the holiday vibe even with a smaller more intimate family celebration. That includes a festive touch of Thanksgiving themed face masks.
Nothing else can emphasize and give more meaning to the Tradition Harvest other than the Covid Pandemic, and all the challenges it brought. We realized how flexible we are and it made the fruits of our labor even sweeter to celebrate and absolutely brought the family closer.
This year is a real Blessing in disguise and inspired a lot of us to be creative and resourceful, with the help of technology we maintained and discover new valuable connections even while Social Distancing.
The year mirrors the History's First Pilgrims' Thanksgiving Celebration. In 1620 after a treacherous and uncomfortable crossing that wiped half of their population. The Pilgrims suffered from exposure, scurvy and outbreaks of contagious disease. The remaining survivors turned the situation around by establishing a village to farm corn, extract sap from maple trees, catch fish in the rivers and identify poisonous plants.