A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving by Charles M. SchulzCharlie Brown holds a special place in my heart!
I always liked how he thought about others first, and despite continuing criticism (from people he considers friends), was able to find a little joy and happiness in every day!
His Thanksgiving story is as relevant today as it was 50 years ago!
The girls loved Snoopy and Woodstock, felt sorry for Charlie Brown, were irritated with Peppermint Patty for inviting herself over; and - were so happy, when Grandmother told Charlie Brown that all his friends could come over for dinner!
They didnt understand what a station wagon was! I had a hard time explaining that minivans didnt exist back then! LOL
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