Name a Blessing


images9.jpgOkay, let’s get a little action on the part of my blog friends.  We are all getting the Thanksgiving spirit and thinking about being thankful.  I would like for everyone to log on to the blog and leave your comment.  Just think of the most memorable thing for which you are thankful and leave it in the “comment” section.  You post will bless others.

By the way…..I am thankful for you.


About yellow6347

Memories, thoughts, life, business, God and family are in the circle of my life. I am writing the story of my life from Early Life in a WV Coal Camp in the 40's to the present time. Expressing my thoughts have made me very thankful for today. I hope they touch you.

4 responses »

  1. I’m thankful that you put up a new post. I don’t always comment but I read faithfully. 🙂

    There are numerous things for which I’m thankful, but I’ll narrow it down. I’m thankful for my daughter who is becoming more of a young woman every day. She brings light and laughter into my world. I’m honored to be her mother and at the same time terrified at the responsibility of leading her in the right direction.


  2. I wrote a great big wonderful essay on what I am thankful for and when I hit submit comment my essay got wiped out because I forgot to fill in the required lines. But that’s ok I still remember what I am thankful for only now I’ll have to give you the short list.

    I am thankful for this day and every day that God gives me and also the strength and persistence to get through those days. I am especially thankful for the wonderful family I inherited when I married Dave. I am the very proud step grand parent of 14 grand children and 4 great grandchildren and only God knows how many in-laws – They’re endless and wonderful. Life is great. I’m alive and rarin’ to go.

  3. It is great to hear from our family up in NH. For those of you who don’t know Mary, she never met a stranger and is a hoot to be around. I would like to see you in person!!

  4. Today, I am thankful for this season.
    Fall, crisp sunshine.
    Red & yellow leaves so bright on the trees.
    The smell of woodsmoke.
    Juicy, tart apples.
    Fat orange pumpkins.
    Cinamon spices.
    Fuzzy warm sweaters.
    And heavy blankets perfect to snuggle up in.

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