Friday, November 28, 2014

Thanksgiving 2014

I thought about not celebrating Thanksgiving this year. It's been a hectic last few weeks that ended with a death, but as this week went on an appreciation grew and I asked myself how could you not celebrate it?

The generality of it is American based, but the essence of it is something that should be practiced in every home everywhere.

I'm thankful for a lot, but I am especially thankful for time.
Time I have had to know and love family members who were here before me.
Time to offer Larry a love he deserved.
Time to be loved in return so constant and unchangeable that I'll never ever comprehend it.
Time to appreciate my family.
Time to perceive friendship.
Time to forgive and forget.
Time to be enjoy life long enough to be indebted and thankful for it.

Thanksgiving for 3 4.
Mitchy crashed the party and invited herself. I'm thankful she left her kids at home.




White chocolate red velvet brownie for dessert à la mode.