Have you ever wondered why Thanksgiving is always on Thursdays instead of a specific day of the month such as Christmas?<quoted text>
LOL:) we don't celebrate that stuff, but we are glad that our pagan culture still attributes some holidays around God and His Son.
what would you like for solstice day?:)
You might also ask yourself why did they pick Thor's Day to give thanks?
Now Thor was known as the god of thunder and storms but he also was concerned about the well being of family and community. One of his main interests was the bounty of the harvest...I guess that is why he sent the storms...to water the crops. Now it would make sense that people would give thanks to Thor...on his day...Thursday...thus...Thor's Day.
Of course the name was changed to Thanksgiving...those pilgrims didn't want to be seen as giving thanks to a pagan god so...
If Thanksgiving is a Christian holiday...you would think that it would be celebrate world wide by all Christians...well...I suppose that you could say that all those other Christians are not...real Christians.
BTW I hope that you not only had a good Thanksgiving but also a good Thor's Day.