Stuffed turkey, pumpkin pies, football, friends, 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 City Line Florist family to yours, we wish you a very happy Thanksgiving!
November’s the time of year to count your blessings and be thankful for all your loved ones. At City Line Florist, serving Trumbull, we been busy putting together an exhaustive list of fun ideas of what to bring to Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving this year!
Who are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? At City Line Florist, we are so thankful for our amazing team who bring you the freshest, most beautiful blooms every day.
We’re counting our blessings here at City Line Florist. At the top of the list? Flowers. There’s so much joy in working with Thanksgiving flowers because we know they’ll be gracing homes filled with family and friends.
Ask anyone on the streets of Trumbull about their Thanksgiving customs, and you’ll likely hear about big family meals, backyard football games, and long after-dinner walks.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s almost that time of the year once again to reflect on the things for which we are thankful as we share the beginning of the holiday season with family, friends, and loved ones.
Perhaps you plan to bring out the family China, those heirloom linens, and your finest flatware for your holiday gathering this year. Now you may find yourself wondering how to match your Thanksgiving centerpiece with your planned tablescape.
Often when we think of Thanksgiving, we think about tradition. Cultural traditions, family traditions, and culinary traditions take over before our imaginations have a chance to participate. This year, try thinking a little more creatively for a refreshing departure from the typical Thanksgiving.
Our favorite part of Thanksgiving is easy to identify – gathering around the holiday table with our family and friends, indulging in delicious family recipes and telling stories of years gone by.
We will celebrate Thanksgiving Day on November 26, 2015 . Of the many iconic symbols associated with this holiday, only one has its roots in ancient history dating back to the 5th century B.C.