Sponsored by Apron Memories
Tie on an apron and start preparing food for Thanksgiving. And think of others less fortunate than yourself.
It’s also a day to celebrate the humbleness of aprons and the spirit of earlier generations who wore these symbols of home and family.
It’s suggested that, on the eve of Thanksgiving, we wrap up a loaf of bread, tuck a prayer or note of encouragement in the package, and give it to a needy person.
Speaking of aprons, why not visit The Apron Museum? . . . click here to do this.