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Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
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Saturday, November 28, 2015

A Soulfullife-week of giving thanks.

A soulful life
We do so many things without thinking, routine, unpleasant chores, bad times but I love the idea of stopping to think of things that have touched me during each week and sharing them on my blog.
It did not take much to upset me this past week as I lost my reading glasses. Had to see a chiropractor for a pinched nerve in my neck.
Moaning and groaning about the bad luck or whatever it is, just took over my conscious mind.
November is my birth month so I always write a post of gratitude each day.
This week is special.
Our first born's birthday on Nov. 26.

Our two sons and their children.
Birthday boy 2nd from R. next to his son.
Second son on L between his two children visiting in Texas.
What blessings they are to us.
Yes lost my reading glasses.
No reading or watching.

Spent a lot of time rocking in my straight rocking chair listening to some fine music.
Thanksgiving with loved ones.
Grands


With 5 of our 6 children.
Always happy times with them.

The star of the show.
All, even the men and boys, good cooks in the family.


Then Friday my birthday.
What more could a soul want to make one feel loved.
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2 comments:

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Looks like you had a lovely Thanksgiving. Happy belated birthday wishes to you and your son. And happy holidays! Tammy

Suzy Mae said...

I hope your neck will be feeling better soon and you find those reading glasses. So frustrating. I love the picture with your children. A beautiful family. So glad you enjoyed a happy Thanks giving. Have a good week. Thanks for linking up!