Thanksgiving Day at our house, full of family, friends, food and fun. Meeting, greeting, eating. Lots of laughter, lots of hugs, lots of love.
Helping hands, cooking, carving, serving, cleaning up hands. Young hands, older hands, big hands, small hands, male and female hands, all working together to make a special day.
A day to give thanks to the Lord, the giver of all good gifts. A day to be grateful for the bountiful blessings we enjoy. A day to be thank full !
Knitted together. Feeling the warmth that comes from sitting and catching up, watching football together, playing with the little ones (who seem to grow and change from holiday to holiday), and feeling full, not from the table, but from joy!
Finally, at days end, finding time to reflect on all the wonderful events of the day. Enjoying the quiet, yet missing the celebration that seemed to come and go so quickly.
Undeserving of so much blessing, yet so thankful for all of it. Praying we’ll be generous in sharing the abundance, looking for opportunities to bless those around us.
Leaving the day with a heart full of wonderful memories until November comes again and we enjoy the feast once more.