Each holiday has their own unique personality: Christmas is generous and cheerful, and always smells like pine. Valentine may come off as too sappy to some, but act as cupid for others. Then there’s New Years and New Years Eve, the golden couple—full of aspirations and the life of the party. Thanksgiving is the warm nurturer, inviting us inside to follow the scents of pumpkin pie, clinking glasses; all the while quietly reminding us to recognize the goodness flowing throughout our lives.
With Thanksgiving comes the overwhelming number of families on the road; the American Automobile Association (AAA) estimates 46.9 million people will be traveling more than 50 miles from home to reach their Thanksgiving destinations; almost 42 million of which will be roadtripping. Continue Reading →