South Waltoners count blessings on Thanksgiving

Published: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 04:53 PM.

When Santa Rosa Beach's Buz Livingston thinks of Thanksgiving, he thinks of listening to “Alice’s Restaurant.”

"A must for me Thanksgiving morning is to take a long walk by myself or with family on the Western Lake trail," said former Artist of the Year Allison Wickey.

A tradition Realtor Bobby Johnson is thankful for is that he always sells lots every Thanksgiving Day.

Seagrove's Randy Torrey always counts his myriad of blessings, for where he lives and for his health, happiness and safety, and this year he is praying that our great country can turn itself around.

Miramar Beach's Carol Annino said she loves Thanksgiving since it is a time to be with family and share a festive dinner experience. However, the last couple of years she has added something special to the mix. "I love spending Thanksgiving Day serving meals for the homeless at the Waterfront Mission Shelter in Fort Walton Beach. When I get home I truly feel grateful for all the blessings we have," she said.

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