Do you remember when you were in the first grade and your teacher told you the story of the first Thanksgiving, and asked you to take your crayons and draw a picture of what you were most grateful for?  Then we grew older and people stopped asking us to draw pictures of what was most important to us.  So we got out of practice and started thinking houses and new cars and money were most important, even though any first-grader with a crayon knew better.  [prettyfilelink size=”” src=”” type=”pdf”]Thanksgiving_2014[/prettyfilelink]