1. Happy Thanksgiving, Christie –
    It sounds like your Thanksgiving was wonderful. Thank you for sharing this.
    I checked out your Gratitude Post on Sue’s site. We do have so much to be thankful for. Gratitude itself seems to mysteriously multiply what we already have.

  2. We had a different Thanksgiving this year. For the first time in about 20 years, I did not cook. That felt odd! I watched the parade in my PJs instead of prepping stuffing & putting a turkey in the oven. Then, yup, the dog show. That little girl handler was darling! Then, with such a busy morning, I took an afternoon nap…does this sound too lazy? Dinner at a friends house…I brought the wine. A very different Thanksgiving day for me; in the past I’ve hosted up to 29 family members for a sit down thanksgiving dinner…including the stress & exhaution that requires. But things change. Family dynamics change. I’m feeling grateful for wonderful friends who even shared leftovers with me.

    • There is no truer statement-times change. I think the secret to happiness is embracing the change, adapting to new realities. I’m glad you enjoyed the relaxation that came with your change of circumstance.

  3. I love your quiet Thanksgiving! Starting with the sunset and ending with that fabulous looking dessert! Where is this hotel located?
    Ours was quiet as well. We spent it at home most of the day not really doing much and then went to my husband’s sister’s house which is on the river and watched the sunset and sat around a campfire. It was very pleasant.
    🙂 gwingal

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