It’s time for my annual Thanksgiving message. Last year I did a little research and came up with the information that shows our old elementary school history books were totally inaccurate about the first Thanksgiving on our continent. We were told it was in 1621 in Plymouth Plantation, Massachusetts. Actually, there was one before that. According to Wikipedia, it was in 1565 in St. Augustine, Florida. I did have to do a little research to learn about that, which was good, because that showed I cared enough about you to go to the trouble.
This year I decided to keep it simple, but still go to a little trouble to again let you know I care. This time I had to pull out my Photoshop Elements 6 training workbook to learn how to overlay text. The photo illustrates that you don’t have to go to New England or the mountains to see beautiful Autumn leaves. They can be right in your own yard, or apartment complex, which is where this one was taken in Columbus.