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It turns out, Kansas Rep. Sharice Davids celebrates Thanksgiving after all and here's her message picked out from a smorgasbord of local progressives highlighted by the newspaper . . .
“This year, I am feeling thankful and reflective. Of my time serving the Third District in Congress, nearly two-thirds has been under the shadow of the pandemic. We’ve gotten through it, together, and I am grateful for the support and strength of our community throughout this trying time. None of us is unscathed by the pandemic — I’d even say many of us are traumatized. But I am grateful for my part in making a difference, helping folks keep their businesses open, their bills paid, their children in school and their families fed . . ."
There's more and the article, in general, is something that most people wouldn't bother to check out even if they were stuck in a doctor's office.
Check-it . . .
Five months have passed since David Hines - so fiercely independent that he was still, in his 90s, tramping alone into Michigan's big woods - died at his daughter's Kansas City home. This Thanksgiving, Elaine Hines remains grateful to have shared those final months with her ailing father, holding his hand on the afternoon he died in June at age 95.