Today I am in a frenzy of cooking.  Tomorrow we will all sit around the table together--missing some--but thankful for the time to remember.  Before we pass the feast, before we pray, we remember all we have to be thankful for.  As we go around the table and each names one thing they are thankful for, I always smile.  From the simple answers of the three year old to the all encompassing of the matriarch, each and everyone is a heartfelt utterance of all we are blessed with.  Stop tomorrow and remember--and give Thanks.

Praying we become habitual Thankers for all our abundant blessings.


  1. That's a wonderful tradition, Lulu. Think we'll do just that tomorrow!

    1. It’s always interesting to see how the grands change over the years!
      Happy Thanksgiving, My Friend!


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