Connecticut residents discuss gratitude on Thanksgiving eve 

News 12 Justin DeVellis was at the Stew Leonard's in Norwalk to ask people what they are most grateful for during this holiday.
"Spending time with family and friends. Spending time with them making moments with them," said Norwalk resident Trinity Oliver.
Stew Leonard's in Norwalk was popular on Wednesday as people rushed to get their Thanksgiving meal groceries.
“I'm thankful for living in this country. I'm thankful for my family, I'm thankful for the people I work with, just truly blessed," said Westport resident Debra.
Most people said they're thankful for their loved ones, some even talked about how important it is to give back during the holidays.
"Be thankful for what you have because tomorrow is not promised," said Stamford resident Moninya Jackson.