Celebrate gratitude

November 20, 2006 at 3:33 pm | Posted in country living, dating, faith, family, food, free knitting patterns, Knit Alongs, knit-a-long, knitting, love, pumpkin recipes, recipes, relationships, soup recipes, squash recipes, stockings, Thanksgiving, yarn | 18 Comments

mygratitude

In the lifetime of a human being
There are many things to be grateful for
Too numerous perhaps to consider individually
And yet
In the open, roaring sea of my gratitude
I see you;
I am overcome
Most of all
When I consider you.

Happy Thanksgiving
~ Celebrate Gratitude ~

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  1. What a beautiful sentiment. Your little critter there reminds me of guinea pigs. I’ve had many & remember each one profoundly. Just the shape of his little face and ears. Cuteness overload! 🙂

  2. I got such a warm feeling inside reading this and I knew it could only come from you. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  3. Firefly,

    Thank you so much and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your dear husband and family as well.

  4. What a cute little critter!

    Love the poem, thank you for the sentiments. We wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving too.

  5. […] Celebrate Gratitude […]

  6. That little “critter” is soooo cute! Did you make it and if so, will you share the directions? :o)

  7. A Happy gratitude attitude to you and yours for Thanksgiving. 🙂

  8. Love the ‘critter’ and a beautiful thought to start my day. Have a happy Thanksgiving.

  9. Just wanted to post a Happy Thanksgiving before we all scatter for the holidays. If you are travelling, be safe.

    Beautiful senitiment, thank you!

  10. For anyone interested in making critters similar to the one in the photo above, leave a comment here and I’ll email you more information.

    Best,
    firefly

  11. Your lil critter and sentiment leaves me all fuzzy. 🙂

    I love your writing style, makes one feel like they have known you for years. Your photographs are always so well thought out and feel warm and homey.

    Thanksgiving love and joy to you and your family!

  12. Love the little teasel “mouse”! Very cute! Love the photo too. I have so many acorns and leftover acorn “hats” around, maybe you’d like to have some for your creations?

    Have a great, cozy Thanksgiving!

  13. Very cute critter. Love thephoto and the sentiment. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving, we all have alot to be thankful for.

  14. Happy Thanksgiving (my very favorite holiday of all)! Thank you for your wonderful posts; I have enjoyed each one.

  15. Do you know I look up on the drive home from work and say to myself, “Oh, its Monday or Wed. and I can look at that great blog site today.”

    Reading your blog is like eating a really good mozzarella stick! Incredibly satisfying on different levels. Artistically, spiritualy, and emmotionally- its all in there and I get be witness to a life well lived . ok maybe a mozzarella stick doesn’t quite fit but you get the idea/

    Thank you for openning your life to us all. I love love love your pictures, your knitting projects and the story of your journey!
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
    Cindy

  16. I find your site very soothing and your writing entertaining. But, what I enjoy the most are the photos. Are you the photographer? If you are sharing, I would like directions to make your critter…..I had to laugh, it looks like my dog (except for the red nose).

  17. Thank you for sharing these touching words and the most amazing photo! Happy Thanksgiving, and all the very best to you!

  18. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Firefly! And thank you for sharing this thoughtful sentiment with us.

    I’m thankful you commented on my blog a little while back so I could come to know your blog, too.

    May your holiday weekend be full of warmth and happiness.


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