Watch: The community shares its thoughts on Cayman Thanksgiving
Those of us lucky to call Cayman home have so much to be thankful for. Loop Cayman took to the streets to ask the community, “What does Cayman mean to you?”
Some things that Caymanians are thankful for include making it through another hurricane season safely, having a thriving and growing economy, and our safe and kind culture.
Here are some quotable quotes:
Mikhail Campbell:“I look forward to Cayman Thanksgiving each year. I think the concept of just taking a minute to be thankful that we made it through the hurricane season, and look forward to the upcoming Christmas season with all the warmth and festivities it brings, is a great tradition. It definitely means a lot to me.”
Kellie S:“To me Cayman Thanksgiving celebrates the diversity and multicultural inclusion of our island. I love that in Cayman you can be invited to Thanksgiving dinner on the different days that different cultures and countries celebrate.”
CraigyBamboozle- Irie 98.9 Radio Personality:“Cayman Thanksgiving makes me think of funky sweaters and too much food!”
Vicky Powery:“We are celebrating a good hurricane season, with no big storms.”
Sean Scott: “When the cool ‘winter’ breeze begins to blow I instantly get a feeling that fills my heart with joy and Thanksgiving for being blessed with another year of life in the Cayman Islands. It is the time of year that I look forward to slowing down, catching some big lobsters, cooking them up on the grill, for my family and friends, and just enjoying this beautiful island life.”
Long term resident, Dwayne:“I’m thankful Cayman is safe and friendly. It is beautiful here.”
Alvado Howell:“Cayman is one of the safest places on earth. It is a paradise few people get to enjoy. It is really a hidden gem full of Cayman Kind.”
Cayman Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on all the good around us on this special place we call home.