Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday. We had a good day, a nice time with our small little family that reinforced for me that you don’t need a lot of people in your life, you just need the ones who love you. I’m so grateful for my husband and mom and aunties and […]
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and while that is a happy time for many people, it can also be filled with some sadness. Even though I have a happy life now I still get a little sad at the holidays. I miss people that have passed on, I long for peaceful relationships, I wish I could gather […]
Years ago one of our pastors said he liked Thanksgiving because it was a holiday that we (meaning society) hadn’t managed to ruin yet. The implication being that Christmas was something we had commercialized to the point of it being about everything but Jesus’ birthday.
I’ve made Thanksgiving cards the last couple of years, but only a few. I send a couple to family members and one or two to some of the folks at church and that’s about it.
I saw a post recently on Rachelle Gardner’s blog asking for Six Word Memoirs. I love that idea, and left mine in the comments on her post: Encouraging more poetry in this world. Share yours here! What’s your six word memoir? Image: Morguefile