This Thanksgiving I am going to share something that is very intimate and personal for me. Something that is many layers deeper than anything that I have ever shared before in such a public manner. This year will mark the 18th year that I have conducted this tradition either by myself or with the closest of friends.
Every Thanksgiving since adulthood, lk and I would celebrate the evening with my parents. lk and my mother would always want my father and I to get the Christmas tree and decorations down from the attic and put them up. My father and I were never too excited about the event as it meant a lot of work and frustration. The Christmas lights of the past were a curse on humanity. Somehow, over time the motivation for my father and I became holiday spirits, tequila to be more specific.
It has been over 18 years now since I have lost my father. And every Thanksgiving since his passing I toast to my father and the wonderful times that we had together. Over the years I have shared this ceremony with my family and a few close friends.
This year I would like to celebrate my Thanksgiving Tradition with all of my friends on husDOM™.
If there is someone you have lost that you want to celebrate or toast to this Thanksgiving, I would be honored if you would join me on a short video chat. Make a toast with whatever spirit that you choose, mine is tequila. Even water would be fine.
Bring your submissive if you would like… lk will be there participating in the toast as well.
Our 2017 Couple’s Retreat was held in New Orleans during the Halloween weekend. On the evening of Halloween we visited a haunted house and had a famous medium, Bloody Mary performed a seance in the haunted house itself. During the seance a medium and Bloody Mary brought up a few things that could have been related to my father and myself and our time together, especially referring to some of our times together during Thanksgiving. Naturally, anyone else would have connected them to Christmas.
Bloody Mary was talking about eggnog, which my father drank during our first few times of setting up the Christmas tree on Thanksgiving. lk kept hearing jingle bells, which we would have been playing while setting the tree up. Shujin was also at our seance with us and was overtaken with saying a phrase that meant nothing to him, “take the bull by the horns.” My father had several sayings that he would say often and that was one of his most common.
Could he really have been there?
November 28, 2019
9:00 p.m. (E)