Happy Thanksgiving – an important holiday
HAPPY THANKSGIVING,AMERICA! As I wish you a happy Thanksgiving, I also want to acknowledge what an important holiday it is.
Not only is it a day to encourage gratefulness…no matter what…it is also…
A day to recognize this moment in history…when diverse people sat down together to celebrate the bounty of working together.
What a beautiful story that must be told every year from generation to generation. It is pretty important!
So, let us toast this day to family, friends, our country, it’s history, and all the blessings we have in our lives!
The sun is setting tonight on my fall decorations…I am always sad to put them away…but incredibly excited to decorate for Christmas tomorrow.
I hope you will join me tomorrow...you have got to see the fun outfit I will be wearing...and there is a savings code for you if you like it.
Have a fabulous day, all…..see you tomorrow!
KEEP SMILING AND CELEBRATING!!
Remember if you shop while others are watching games, then please use my SHOPPING LINKS…thank you for the support!
By Pamela Lutrell
Wishing you a wonderful day with your family! I’m spending time today focusing on all I have to be thankful for!
I will be doing that throughout the day, Karen!
I hope you and your family have a wonderful day…I took the short cut this year, and ordered from the grocery store, so all I need to do is heat up the Turkey breast, and the sides…im making one of my own…green bean casserole from scratch, hubby favorite .
Have a wonderful time!!
Happy happy Thanksgiving to you Pam, and the same to all your family! My festivities came to screeching halt as one if our three year olds grands just got Covid ( we all tested yesterday before going to our daughter’s home today). His twin is negative . Such is life! They are no longer hosting. It’s off.
I will have a lone small Turkey in oven I guess. Disappointing to be sure but I am blessed to have them close by. Enjoy your day Pam! Such a happy holiday!
Paulette, I am so sorry! I wished you were nearby…we would include you in the meal. Might I suggest that your family reschedule the meal to the first of January and have a Thanksgiving for New Year celebration!! Something to plan for and look forward to!
Thank you for all your grateful moments and reminders, as well as sharing your journey.
Thank you for the support, Deborah! Means so much. Bless you!
From Canada, extending to you and yours as well as your American readers A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING, Pamela. -Brenda-
P.S.: We celebrated ours on October 11th.
Pam, I am thankful for the blessings you give us every day. I look at your blog every morning first thing, after checking the local COVID numbers on the Johns Hopkins website. You have given me sound advice, moments of beauty, and a warm feelings from a faraway friend. I appreciate what you do daily on behalf of your readers. Wishing you, Mr. B, and your family a most joyous and happy Thanksgiving…or as I’m mow thinking of it today, tomorrow , and in the future, “ thanks-living”.
Happy Thanksgiving to you & your family. I will be celebrating with my family this year, & I will treasure every moment.