Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Four days of giving thanks - Tuesday

Hmmmm.... what else am I thankful for?

Tea with the girls


Flying with the boys


Family conference at the amusement park


The oldest and the youngest menfolk


New Friends


The coffee table when
one must stay on the sofa awhile

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

i see the remote takes its place among the books, lol.
remember the days of getting up to change the channel? our kids don't have a CLUE of the things we used to put up with! it's such a different world now.
at least we still have books. :)
jo

matty said...

What a lovely family! My side table resembles your coffee table! LOL

Happy two days before Thanksgiving!

jAne said...

I've heard it said to count our blessings rather than sheep. Your post does just that. How sweetly we're blessed, hm?

I pray your Thanksgiving Day is lovely beyond description and drenched in happy moments. :)

Blessings,
jAne * tickleberryfarm.blogspot.com

Alisa said...

Brenda, Have a Happy THanksgiving and just letting you know-your website is a daily blessing to me-Thank you!

Sharon said...

Loved this post...especially the image of your new friend/kitty.She looks right at home there.:-)~Sharon

freetobeme - Anita said...

We have SOOO much to be thankful for. Thanks for reminding me.

Ann Voskamp @Holy Experience said...

I join you, sweet friend, in giving thanks!

May our everydays be one of endless thanksgiving...

Grateful for you...

All's grace,
Ann

Phase 3.5 said...

Amazing! I just finished Don't Waste Your Life by John Piper. Wonderful book.

Connie said...

Your grandchildren are so precious.
We have so many things to be thankful for, don't we. Material things and our everlasting life in Christ Jesus.

Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries™ said...

What a lovely pictorial. Thank you so much for sharing your thankfulness. :)
Warmly,
Tracey

P.S. I just wanted to pick up and start reading the Christmas book!!

nanatrish said...

Brenda,you have such an incredible spirit and I love seeing the pics of your family. I pray you have a tremendous Thanksgiving. You are a special friend and always inspire me. Trish

Anonymous said...

I have just discovered Elizabeth Goudge thanks to the first book list you had. I wish I had her "Christmas Book"!

Friend Debra