Thanksgiving day will look and feel different than ever before on Thursday. The large family get-togethers many of us have associated with the holiday have been suspended by many folks who are heeding advice from regulators to do what they can to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. There are some families though where dropping the family feast may be a very good idea. My friends in law enforcement tell me that arguments on holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas often result in calls they have to respond to. Perhaps it’s a long festering disagreement, or maybe it’s some perceived wrong from years ago that sparks the issues. Throw in a contentious presidential election and widely differing views on the pandemic, and perhaps too much alcohol, and you can have a recipe for trouble at the dinner table. Most of us though will dearly miss the large family meals and the catching up with extended family members that has come to mean Thanksgiving day for us since we were kids. I guess all we can hope is that virus numbers will show a sharp decline in time for Christmas. That’s the way I see it.