I've never actually heard that saying but it sounds right to me. So very much for which to be grateful. Happy Thanksgiving, Leah. :)
Ive never heard that either.Hmm.Must come visit and spend more time there to evaluate its veracity :)
I'm always ready to celebrate thanksgiving, any day of the year. Just looking out the windows at the trees changing is enough.Mary Anne in Kentucky (similarly pleased with her birthplace.)
A perfect saying for us today. Thanks, Leah. May your day be filled with blessings. Happy Thanksgiving.A great photo.
A blessed and happy Thanksgiving to you.
Thanks, Hilary. We have take more for granted here than many folks will ever see in their whole lives.Miz, I'd be happy to show you why we say that.Mary Anne, that's a great way to see it.Thanks, Barbara. You, too.Thanks, Messymimi.
Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, cousin!It's been a lovely Thanksgiving around here - two meals on two days, with lots of good company! I'm so grateful to be included in my extended family! Well, okay, lovely except for the weather, which is very cold and wintery, but ya can't have everything, right?
Ooh, two meals. Lucky you!The cold adds to it, I say. Makes a body able to eat more.
df Leah,It is late in the day and I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I wish you a year full of things to be thankful for until the next one.Terrie
Great shot. Happy Thanksgiving.
Thank you so very much, df Terrie.Thanks, Reb.
**nerd alert*wanted to make sure everythin is ok and that youre just LIVING not blogging about life.
Happy (belated) Thanksgiving, and thanks for the reminder to be grateful!
Carla, thank you so much for caring. Yep, actually did a bit of living over the long weekend and am just recovering now.I'm OK. I'll be back at it as soon as my iffy tummy lets me.Thank you, Crabby.
I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving, Leah! And what a gorgeous photo.
Thomma Lyn, we sure did. And thanks.Now how in the world did I come up Anonymous?
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