Wednesday, November 24, 2010

For What We Are About to Receive...


Thanksgiving is a holiday

that sets itself apart...

for all it needs is family, turkey

and a grateful heart.



See more Thanksgiving thoughts and wishes at Jenny Matlock's Thanksgiving Break.

15 comments:

karen said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Sue! I'm just counting down the time until noon when I can rush home and start doing the prep work for dinner tomorrow! So much to be grateful for this year.

jen said...

Happy Thanksgiving, friend. Enjoy that fun family of yours, and when Bryce hits someone or knocks something over, know that Hyrum just did the same thing here!
Love to you all!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Sue! I know you will have a great time with your beautiful grandchildren!

Darlene said...

It'a great to be here,Sue, even though I'm freezing. Bur thank heavens the sweater you gave me is helping to keep me a little warmer. We really do have a fun family, don't we?

Dick just told me that commenting on your blog when you are sitting directly across from me is like the high school girls our friend, who is a principal, told us were sitting at the lunch table texting each other. How fun!!

Jocelyn Christensen said...

Simple and true. Have a great Thanksgiving!

Donna said...

Wonderful pictures all meaning...love and family for Thanksgiving...have a very happy one Sue!!!!

Amy said...

I love Thanksgiving! Such a great time to remember all of our blessings (and it comes just in time, too! Right before we lose all our money to Christmas, and right after the cold spell sets in.) I love the photos and your words, as always. Happy Thanksgiving!

Grandma Honey said...

And Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. I'm really looking forward to pictures, especially of the grandkids! :)

yaya said...

Right back at ya Sue!

Jess said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you. I love the simplicity of your poem- have fun with your littles!

Cheryl said...

When you come right down to it, all you really need is a thankful heart. I'm so glad your family is with you this year.

Wishing all of you the best weekend possible.

Dixie Mom said...

So, I'll show my gratitude for you! Happy Holiday with your family.

a moderate life said...

Hi Sue! Happy thanksgiving to you too! What lovely photos! I am visiting you from alphabet thursday and I am now following your wonderful blog! All the best, Alex@amoderatelife

Pondside said...

I hope youre Thanksgiving weekend was a lovely time for you and your family!

Jenny said...

Oh Sue. That first picture almost made me cry.

And then your lovely words.

I am very thankful our paths have crossed.

You have inspired me, made me work harder at my craft, made me smile and cry.

You are wonderful.

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