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A Thanksgiving Movement

November 22, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving. This is up a little later than usual. But it’s part of my Thanksgiving tradition, and I hope it will be a part of yours. This is my first attempt at “Reblogging” something, so we’ll see how this works. But for those of us who are safe and well fed, enjoying the comforts of home and family, this is an especially important reminder that the world still needs healing. More fresh content will be coming soon. But for today, I hope you can take a little time and watch the music video below… again.


If you are reading this I can only assume you are trying to escape your family. And if that’s the case, I’ve got just the thing for you. Clear the next twenty minutes, turn up the volume on your computer, and make yourself comfortable for this annual FLB Thanksgiving tradition.

It’s a music video of sorts, and it all starts on one Thanksgiving many, many years ago. If you are wondering what this has to do with food, well a restaurant plays prominently into the story. Because it is more of a story than a song. And perhaps it’s even more of a movement than a story.

So if you think the story starts to drag around the four minute mark, stick it out. It’ll be worth it in the end. And if it’s not, feel free to tell me. Just know I may tell you it requires multiple viewings…

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. enough already! permalink
    November 23, 2012 2:22 am

    Thanks…it’s always fun to listen to Arlo on thanksgiving. We had a heritage bronze turkey today that was outstanding.

  2. Selig permalink
    November 23, 2012 8:02 pm

    do you have the other side of the album? Always one of my favorites!

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