Commentary: Thanksgiving, a warm place in a cold world

By John Krull 11/25/15  INDIANAPOLIS – It looked like a lonely Thanksgiving. It was a long time ago, in the late 1980s or early 1990s. I was far from home, in a small town in Northern Arizona working on a freelance project, a young writer trying to tell a story and make a buck. I awoke that Thanksgiving morning in the small, low-end motel where I was staying keenly aware that my family and other loved ones were more than 1,000 miles away. I went for a run, jogging … Continue reading