I love that it is a holiday built around a full table and homemade treats. I like that expectations are reasonably low and yet the holiday provides an opportunity for people who care about one another to get together. I’m told my extended family will have a “Zoom Thanksgiving,” and I’m trying to be more excited about that than I am. We’ll be even more careful than usual so we can share this meal at opposite sides of a room with her. But just as we’re able to extend Lori’s life or replace a broken hip or clean our teeth -- working at gratitude makes life a lot more pleasant, a lot more bearable, a lot more fun.