I love Thanksgiving. I might even argue it is my favorite holiday. I love Christmas too but there is something less complicated about Thanksgiving time. With no need for presents, it becomes a holiday based around time being spent together.
It truly combines all my favorite things to do. Celebrate with family and friends, eat a delicious home cooked meal, drink fantastic wine, visit with old friends I haven’t seen since last year at this time, play games, stay up late, not worry about work, the list goes on and on.Lately time seems to be flying by. I find myself grasping and holding onto moments in an attempt to control and slow it down. It has proven to be fruitless and I realize the older you get the faster it goes.
My only recompense is to enjoy each and every day. Be present and thankful even when that seems impossible.
Below are some beautiful Thanksgiving home accents and table decorations. I hope they will inspire you to enjoy decorating before the guests arrive and then relish the time you spend with whomever is coming over to celebrate.
I am thankful for many things this year and am going to make a list and refocus on what I do have instead of concentrating on what is missing. I suggest you do the same.
Luella says…Make a “Thankful” List and Check it Twice.
I hope your Thanksgiving holiday is exactly as you wish it to be. It might not be as perfect as the accents above are but that is half the charm.
As Dave Matthews sings, “Eat, Drink and be Merry.” (feel free to insert a lot after any of those)
- Thanksgiving Confessions of an Ornery Atheist (new.exchristian.net)
- Giving Thanks (skeltzer.wordpress.com)
- The True Meaning of Giving Thanks (allhome-improve.com)