Today is Thanksgiving Day! And we invite you to celebrate for a moment here with us not by eating turkey, but by contemplating the difference between Thanksgiving with a capital "T" and thanksgiving where the "t" is lowercase.

The difference comes down to simple grammar — as a proper noun, the holiday Thanksgiving is spelled differently from thanksgiving meaning "the act of giving thanks," for which the holiday is named. 

Would it change the day for you in any way if you began wishing people a happy thanksgiving rather than a "happy Thanksgiving," perhaps reminding your of the true meaning of the day? Something to think about as you sit down to dinner...

Which, let it be said, we don't endorse switching out from a meal of turkey to a meal of Turkey. :)