Thursday, 23 November 2017

Happy American Thanksgiving!




28 comments:

baili said...

BEAUTIFUL thoughts dear Debra!!!

gratitude leads one towards a miraculous life

baili said...

Happy thanksgiving day dear Debra!
have many more ahead!

laurie said...

a great perspective on a bountiful day!
Have a great day Debra,, I always wish we could celebrate Thanksgiving a second time when reading all our American friends blogs at this time of year don't you lol,,,Canada's is just too early lol,,,

Marie Smith said...

Love that tirst meme, Debra.

mistress maddie said...

Thank you Debs. I know you had yours, but are you still enjoying leftovers? Stop in if you want to eat,lol!!!!

Linda deV said...

Yes, yes, YES!

Harry Hamid said...

Great stuff. If I pay attention fully to it, I have more than enough.

e said...

Gratitude is appropriate any time of year!

(I have always thought that American Thanksgiving is too late in the year. It's a harvest festival, and by late November the crops should be in. I much prefer Canada's October timeline.)

Adam said...

Canadian was last month, American is now, I can't wait for Mexican Thanksgiving in December

Snap said...

Thank you and beautiful thoughts....

DEZMOND said...

Now I wanna eat radishes!

Magaly Guerrero said...

I LOVE the idea of enough being a feast. Must steal it.

Mitchell is Moving said...

This post brought tears to my eyes. Gratitude!

John M said...

Gratitude is very important.

Missy George said...

Love the last one..We should be grateful every day..One can always find something!! Enjoy your weekend...

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Yay. Beautiful. Thank you, Debra.

PS Is it just me, or is "fulfilment" not fully spelled to my satisfaction?

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Rawknrobyn -- You're right, the word looks odd to you because the American spelling would be "fulfillment" with a double l. "Fulfilment" is the British spelling according to the Oxford dictionary.

Willym said...

Thoughts for all days.... when all days are days of thanks.

The Blog Fodder said...

Enough is a feast. Truer words were never spoken. Knowing when is enough is the pinnacle of wisdom. I am still getting there.

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

'Enough is as good as a feast' is what we always heard as children.
I seem to remember us all being unconvinced at the time .
Your posters are much more sympathetic and we're all older now.

Davoh said...

O, Debra ... you now know that am elderish ,,, but 'Gratitude' ..
sounds very like "kissing the Ring of a Roman Church Cardinal".

Gratitude? No way.

I was born, survived thus far. Have no serious "gratitude" to any Church, God; or parent.

Am simply a 'me'. Cope or discard.

Guillaume said...

But what happens when enough is too much? I've had enough of Donald Trump, I don't feel grateful about him.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Guillaume -- You make an excellent point.

bj said...

I so love your good attitude about everything, Debra...

JACKIESUE said...

thank you my favorite canaderian

Lynn said...

I love that - "enough is a feast."

Magic Love Crow said...

This is beautiful Debra! Thank you! I'm grateful for you!

bill lisleman said...

I'm grateful that I had family/friends to fill the day enough that I forgot about social media and the internet in general for awhile.
I do like the "enough is a feast" proverb.