Happy Thanksgiving

On my kitchen wall, above my sink, there hangs a short saying in a small frame.

"Take time to give thanks for the beauty of today"

Each time I pass that little framed picture, I do breathe a prayer of thanks. It feels oh, so good, to be aware of my blessings and to thank God for them.

How wonderful that we have a national holiday that encourages each of us to do this.

 

The First Thanksgiving, painted by Jean Leon G...

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And so it is that today I want to express my thanks for my dear husband and daughter, all my family and all my friends, and for the constant flow of blessings that comes into my life because of them.

And I give thanks for you, my readers. I give thanks for my blogging buddies. Thanks for the friendships forming in the blogosphere because of our mutual interests.

May we all give thanks for our blessings. May we all have a Happy Thanksgiving! God bless us, everyone.

 

Thanksgiving last year--in the kitchen, well after dinner: start of the scarf-down of our homemade pies. (We made pumpkin, apple, and cherry pies!)

 

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About RitaElizabeth

I'm a recently widowed wife and mother who loves to use ideas and experiences from travel to enrich my family's life at home. I blog to share ideas with you and to hear your ideas and comments.
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4 Responses to Happy Thanksgiving

  1. Janet Murtha says:

    I enjoyed your post about Thanksgiving and having a thankful attitude. I’ve recently discovered your blog and have found many insightful topics there. Keep sharing because you are very good at it and many of us read your writings. Blessings to you and yours!

  2. Thanks so much for stopping by, Janet, and for your gracious comment. I’m so happy you’ve found my blog to be of some benefit. I’m thankful for you, too!

  3. Heartfelt post and hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful too!

  4. Thank you so much, Honeybee, and gracias for stopping by. The thanks goes on way past Thanksgiving, doesn’t it?

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