Twenty-Two Days of Thanks

The temperatures have fallen and the nights are cold.  Without heat, our home became frigid quickly.  But my children and I slept in a warm bed with warm blankets thanks to the generosity of our good friends.   The power was restored in their neighborhood late in the afternoon and they welcomed us with a warm house, great food and fine spirits.  To them, I am thankful.

It’s almost impossible not to think, breathe and talk the devastation that occurred on the East Coast earlier this week.  My thoughts and prayers with all those that lost their homes and everything they hold dear.

Join me in the Twenty-Two Days of Thanks.  Post on your facebook or twitter or blog and in the comment section of this post and the 20 posts to come what you are thankful for.  Let’s share our thanks with others and spread joy and laughter this season.


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