"I'm Ryan B. Pilgrim" is right proud of himself and quite thankful for all he has. He looks forward to Thanksgiving every year, not just for the terrific food, but to enjoy the company of his friends and family. Plus, he gets to do a little more of his favorite activity - hunting. He takes after his Grandfather Karl.
Everyone in the New England community works so hard during the year and tries to remain positive through the harsh New England winters. They all know that they can count on each other and are there to support each other.
Everyone knew that coming to America was not going to be easy. Living conditions were tenuous at best and no one knew this better than the early pilgrim settlers.
In fact, "I'm Ryan B. Pilgrim" also decided to create a miniature ornament of himself for all New Englander's to make and hang in their homes around Thanksgiving to remind themselves of all they should be thankful for and to remind them that if the early pilgrims could face such adverse conditions in New England and survive, well - so can they.
"I'm Ryan B. Pilgrim" is a 9" pilgrim cloth ornament with an embroidered face. He is wearing a fringed pants. His boots are cross-tied and his shirt has cuffed sleeves and a pilgrim collar. His straight wool yarn hair frames his face and his brown felt hat covers the back of his bald head.
Count your blessings! "I'm Ryan B. Pilgrim" certainly counts his.