Favorite part of thanksgiving

What is important about thanksgiving for LSHS students.

Jake Kirkland, Section editor

November is the time of the year where the weather is cold, the leaves are falling from the trees, and people Aren’t shaving their faces. Thanksgiving is a holiday where we celebrate the people we thank but for the most part, making delicious food and stuffing is the highlight for lots of people.


During Thanksgiving, there are many foods that families make including turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, rolls, and. The best part of Thanksgiving are the desserts Such as pie, ice cream, and cobblers.


Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because I love to thank my friends and family in my life. I love cooking the food, eating it is a lot better. My favorite food during thanksgiving is a tie between green bean casserole or the stuffing, but if I had to pick, it would be stuffing.


“One of my favorite parts about Thanksgiving is thanking the friends and family that I have in my life and eating some bomb food with my family. Also, my favorite dish during thanksgiving is garlic mashed potatoes that my grandma makes,”  sophomore Brysen Williams said/


Thanksgiving is one of those holidays where people have two groups that have two different opinions on this holiday for example people like the holiday for the food and some and other people actually are thankful for their love ones and careless about the food.  . lately people now are trying to inspire other people. It’s not just about food but about the people that you are thankful for.


“I think it is a good idea that people are trying to inspire people that thanksgiving is just not for the food and it is more about the people that we thank in our lives and without those people, we don’t know how things will be, Senior Manny Villicana said.


I do agree with this situation because I have a lot to thank because of my friends and family that I have in my life.I encourage you to focus on what you’re grateful for on this day of thanks…”