Stuffed turkey, pumpkin pies, football, and family… it must be Thanksgiving! This is a holiday unlike any other because it’s one where napping is accepted as well as stuffing your face with delectable and huge amounts of food. Another way Thanksgiving is unique is that it can be enjoyed by everyone since it’s not affiliated with any religion. It can be celebrated with family, or friends, or both. There’s no expectation of gifts just hanging around with loved ones watching tv or playing games and being thankful for the positives in your life. From the Walter Knoll Florist family to yours, we wish you a very happy Thanksgiving!
It’s November, which means it’s time to think about all the things for which you’re more grateful and to bond with your loved ones. If you’ve been invited to someone else’s home for Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving this year, don’t forget to show your appreciation with a hostess gift.
If the stress of the traditional Thanksgiving meal can overwhelm you, think about simplifying your holiday this year. Instead of spending the entire day in the kitchen, consider a very simple meal on an elegant table that doesn’t take much time.
At Walter Knoll Florist, we’re thankful for so much. We feel gratitude for our family, our friends, and this wonderful community. We embrace the season with open arms and invite you to do the same. We’d like to fill them with flowers in the form of a centerpiece.
This time spent with family and friends is memorable and special, and gathering at the holiday table hearkens back to the spirit of the very first Thanksgiving Day.
This is a favorite time of the year for many people. With the weather cooling off, the landscape changing, and family and friends preparing for the holiday season – autumn is truly a special time.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, which means families everywhere are scrambling to get ready for a delightful feast with their friends and families. As the cool weather moves in across the country, people find themselves spending an increasing amount of time indoors.
Perhaps the most classic symbol of the Thanksgiving meal, the cornucopia occupies a position of esteem on our holiday tables. The word cornucopia is Latin for ‘horn of plenty’, and traditionally signifies prosperity and plentiful abundance.
When you think of Thanksgiving, what comes to mind? In the most ancient of harvest festivals, fierce sporting competitions and games were a part of the festivities. So perhaps it is no wonder that we still look to sports to entertain us during our “harvest” gathering.
Every year at Thanksgiving, we like to stop and take stock of all the things and people we are thankful for. This year at Walter Knoll Florist, we are especially thankful for our amazing team of professionals.