Political Cartoon: Post-Thanksgiving thoughts and prayers for frontline workers
Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.
Thanksgiving Day at our table usually includes various children, in-laws, siblings, friends, and several ringers who are inevitably stranded in Philly. At first COVID seemed like a great excuse to avoid the cooking, furniture re-arrangements, and sink full of greasy dishes, pots, and pans. But the reality of having only two at the table soon seemed pathetic. I totally get why people decided to chow down in person. I only hope that the aftermath doesn’t swamp our hospitals and the heroic frontline workers who have to clean up more than dirty dishes from our big holiday gatherings.
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