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Monday, November 19, 2018

Grateful

Today I am grateful for the sparrows that visit...

the thin blanket of snow that covers the woodland floor...


the fragrant aroma of cinnamon and baked apples...

the time to tangle indoors

while outdoors winter comes a little early.

May everyone who is celebrating Thanksgiving this week have a blessed one.  To my all my friends everywhere hope you are finding lovely gifts of gratefulness.   

Hugs Debbie

22 comments:

  1. Love the sparrows! Winter is early in your part of the world. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Debbie!

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  2. Lots of wonderful things to be grateful for 😊 The apple pie looks scrumptious and your Tangles are beautiful

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  3. You have offered us some lovely things to look at and be grateful for.

    Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving, Debbie!
    Brenda xox

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  4. I'm grateful for friends like you, Debbie!!! Enjoy your Thanksgiving.... (The apple pie looks SO, SO good!)

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  5. What a great post. Everything I like...birds, beautiful pics, food, well almost everything... if you had put in the two dogs then that would have been perfect! Hope you are behaving and recovering. I see the zen-tangles showing that you must be sitting down sometimes but then I see the pie!
    Have a blessed week and please do as the doc says.

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  6. Happy Thanksgiving to Your & Yours Debbie!

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  7. I am also so happy to see your photos. The drawing and the birds. I hope all is well with you.

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  8. Such an uplifting post Debbie. It is so nice to come here for a shot of positive. I am very grateful for this. I hope you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Big hugs...

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  9. So very lovely Deb.... hope you and yours have a HAPPY THANKSGIVING! I am grateful for you .............

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  10. Beautiful post, sweet friend, May you have a most blessed Thanksgiving. I am incredibly grateful for YOU! Love and hugs!

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  11. May you and yours enjoy this Thanksgiving, Debbie. I am grateful for your many positive, kind-hearted and thought-provoking posts that you write and post every week. They have lifted me up at times and made me contemplate all that is around me.

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  12. A little bit early for snow isn't it , brrrr ? Wishing you a lovely and warm Thanksgiving. Hugs.

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  13. Happy Thanksgiving Debbie. The snow looks lovely. It's still rather warm here. Every week I hope that winter will turn up. Maybe some day soon :)

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  14. Lovely photos of some of the things you are grateful for! We have much to be thankful for and I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am thankful for the many friends like you that I can visit through your blogs. Hugs to you, my friend!

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  15. Happy Thanksgiving and I'm grateful to you for showing me how to look up.
    Hugs from
    Barbra Joan

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  16. God bless and keep you my friend. I'm praying for you and family. Love ya!

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  17. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. I hope you have a wonderful time.

    Beautiful pictures - it feels too early to see snow. Is it early for where you are? It has been very mild here but very wet. I have a hard job remembering that it is mid November.

    ....and now I must bake some apples :o)

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  18. I think of Thanksgiving and gratitude as being a special holiday for one such as you with your sensitive and caring spirit. Simple beauty, I see this in your photos. Thank you, my blog friend. Rita

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  19. I love your little photo of the sweet sparrows. Your winter weather has arrived early, as I write to you I see grey white clouds that create a dismal day here. Yet in the quietness there is a beauty too in the grey. It is as if everything in nature is resting and waiting for something to happen. Will the sun come out, will the rain fall, will the wind blow all the remaining leaves off the trees? The few flowering shrubs are so bright and cheerful and refuse to not flower! one is bright yellow, another pink! they bring the joy to the day. Best wishes to you. Caroline in Scotland

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  20. Oh, sweet Debbie, yes, lovely. Me, too, count my blessings in everything, because my life on the earth is a miracle. Best wishes, Sadami

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  21. So you had snow for Thanksgiving?! Brrr... Those cinnamon apples sure do look good. Hope you had a marvelous Thanksgiving.

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