Thanksgiving, of course, is a time to look back and give thanks for what has been. Why not, though, also be thankful for what will be? And, most easily, convincingly and happily, say "thanks" for what is?
Wonderful ways to emanate gratitude abound. Email greetings, for example, can convey a heartfelt "thanks" or an invitation to Thanksgiving dinner with style, fun, creativity and simplicity.
Here are my favorite sites to send Thanksgiving greetings. You can also send free Thanksgiving cards from this site, complete with short poems or quotations:
(Updated October 2011)
Send comforting notes, Autumn magic, a dancing turkey, and more great Thanksgiving cards of high quality from Hallmark.com.
The beautifully drawn squirrel family is up to something... and I have a suspicion it has something to do with Thanksgiving. Send one of the most classy e-cards from Ojolie, or create a culinary masterpiece.
It's the hat of plenty that delivers an amazing Thanksgiving surprise in the classy Thanksgiving cards by Jacquie Lawson.
Whether they paint a turkey and cornucopia or a Thanksgiving dinner's fragrance and ambiance, Katie's wonderfully done Thanksgiving e-cards will color recipients delighted.
It's a glorious and festive Thanksgiving at CardCow.com with countless and wonderful vintage postcards.
It's a diverse and a wonderful (albeit a bit boring) collection of Thanksgiving cards that paid members of AmericanGreetings.com can select from.
JibJab's Thanksgiving cards are as funny, of course, as they are diverse; no wonder: some of them star you.
Excitingly earthy tones meet flippantly funny messages for entirely enticing Thanksgiving greetings at VerveCards (where the cards are self-contained and don't send recipients hunting to a web site for retrieval).
It's food time! Cakes, shopping lists and turkeys accompanied by wonderful music and gorgeous backdrops make enticing Thanksgiving cards.
Capture, then send, the warm and golden Thanksgiving spirit with glorious Leanin' Tree cards.