Wednesday, November 25, 2009


The season of giving thanks has begun, and I have had the first chance to be the one who gets to say thank you for something very special - being remembered. Yes, simply for being remembered.

For me, the best gifts have always been just being surrounded by my family and celebrating all we have and that includes our personal and of course those national Holidays as well.

Today I received the gift of good wishes with love, and I am celebrating! There are two days until our Thanksgiving Day here in the States and I am beginning the Holidays out right - giving many thanks along with a few wishes for the same blessings to all who frequent my little part of the world here!

I wish everyone a blessed and meaningful day to give thanks for what we have, and for the friends and family we know both near and far.


  1. Have a happy Thanksgiving, Ciss. Thank you for your comment on my blog the other day. I'll try to do as you suggest. We're spending the Thanksgiving holiday with Bob's sister. It is good to be with family.

  2. Yes, happy holidays. We forget that thanksgiving is about being thankful and family and friends ... not the food. I ate too much today by the way!

  3. Linda,
    You're in my prayers for these Holidays.

    We had a blessed time with family and with all that has happened in our family this past year we have so much to be thankful for today!

  4. Happy Thanksgiving! Wishing you happiness forever :)

  5. I hope your thanksgiving was good and loving. And good food, too!

  6. And the good news just keeps coming. You've also received the Awesomous Maximus Award at my blog. Stop by and give an acceptance speech.

    Stephen Tremp

  7. Isn't that the truth, we should be so grateful for not being forgotten by those we love and when theyw ant to give us the gift of their time, we should never let that time go by.

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