To me, author Sara Ambarian, is Sarah Snow, Rachel Ray and Martha Stewart - all rolled into one. I have known Sara for almost a decade now. Initially, I marveled at her multitasking abilities. She is a wonderful mom, a marvelous cook, seamstress, designer, wedding planner, webmaster, and writer. I'm sure that this is just a sampling of her talents and abilities. What's truly appealing; however, is the fact that she is very humble and is always willing to help other moms.
So, when she told me that she had written the article Thanksgiving Thoughts: Passing Along Some Positive Perspective with the Pumpkin Pie, I couldn't wait to read it. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned Thanksgiving planner, this article will shed some new light on this holiday. You will learn how to involve your children in new, innovative ways.
Have you postponed your Thanksgiving planning? Would you like to put some spark into your Thanksgiving celebration? Do you want to create a truly meaningful gathering, rather than some big show that is meaningless and stressful? Perhaps, you will gain some new insight to help you through the rough spots. Maybe, this is the year to create a Thanksgiving that is less stressful and more memorable.
Sarah's perspective helped me to see our Thanksgiving in a whole new light. I know that you will glean some positive reinforcement and helpful tips on how to make this holiday meaningful for you and your family as well.
BTW, Sara is not advertising anything here. I included a link to her book website where you can learn more about Sara. At one point in time she had a website, and my hope is that she will someday create a new one. It was full of wonderful information.
Visit http://www.amonco.org/sara_ambarian08.pdf to read the article Thanksgiving Thoughts: Passing Along Some Positive Perspective with the Pumpkin Pie.
Enjoy the read!!
Heidi Anne Spietz