Wednesday, November 26, 2008

A Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

Marty and I would like to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. This holiday often gets overshadowed with the onset of Christmas and the ending of Halloween/Fall and I often thought how sad it is that folks were missing out.
THANKSgiving is so important and we often don't reflect on our many blessings. I am guilty of dwelling on the small stuff - the worries.
So here I am reminding myself and everyone to take the time to reflect on the things to be Thankful for. I want to thank all of you for being a part of my life - whether you are a guest here at the retreat, a faithful reader of this blog, or a friend or relative. I appreciate all of you.
And a thanks to my Mom who is pictured here making dinner rolls for Thanksgiving feast. At the age of 91, she still makes the best bread.
She was working so fast, I apologize for the blurry photo.
Happy 'giv'en !!! Patsy


Rhondi said...

Hi Patsy
I saw your comment on Daisy Cottage and just thought I'd stop by. I quickly skimmed through some of the pictures on your older blogs. I am a quilter too. Those retreats look like a lot of fun. I'll be back to visit again soon.

Mindful Presence said...

The true sign of Thanksgiving -- red long johns. And Mom was working fast--needed the Action Sports Mode on the Camera. And I appreciate your blog, your ambitions, your attitude and you! Thanks. Side Kick