Saturday, November 24, 2012

Six-word Saturday


Feeling lucky and blessed beyond measure.

Thanksgiving reminded me of all that I have to be thankful for.
I want to make every day a Thanksgiving celebration!
 
Wishing you all a beautiful weekend!

50 comments:

  1. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia, but it seems like a lovely way to remind ourselves of all the things we have to be thankful for and a marvelous excuse to spend quality time with family and eat lots of food :-)

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  2. If you ain't celebrating Thanksgiving every day you wake up, you're being remiss.

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    1. Indeed!

      Have a wonderful weekend. :)

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  3. I think every day should be thanksgiving. Even with the turkey! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you! Hope you had a great day as well. :)

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  5. I completely agree with you.... we really do need to stop and smell the roses more often and be thankful for all that we have!

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  6. What a lovely way to feel. Many thanks for your kind thoughts.

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  7. Oh me too Dana! So thankful for all of my blessings!

    Happy Saturday!

    Linda

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  8. I agree. Makes life so very much better to see it through grateful eyes. :)

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  9. Those are wonderful feelings! :-)

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    1. I looked around at my family and all that I have, and I realized how much I've been blessed. :)

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  10. That's perfect for the season! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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  11. Yes a beautiful way to feel.
    Happy weekend!

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    1. Thanks, Jan. Hope you're having a nice weekend!

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  12. What a fine wish for the rest of the year and then we can apply it to our New Years resolution!

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  14. I agree, Dana! I have always said thanksgiving is a state of being and we need no special day for that. Nonetheless, Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. That's exactly it! No special day is needed to feel grateful and blessed. :)

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  15. I have so much to be thankful for. This Thanksgiving, I felt so self-absorbed for forgetting how blessed I am every other day of the year. I agree with Ruth. Thanksgiving is a state of being. Happiness is fleeting, but joy is foundational. Joy springs from a spirit of gratitude and contentment with what I have rather than what I haven't got. I've decided to focus in the coming year on what is real and important and stop agonizing over the small stuff.

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    1. I'd like to join you in doing this. I'm notorious for fretting about the little things. I forget to look at the big picture and see just how blessed I am. Good luck to both of us as we focus on being grateful!

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  16. Beautiful words! Yes, we have so much to be thankful for...today and everyday!

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    1. Yes, it's so important to count our blessings!

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  17. What a super reminder Dana I am thankful so many times for those signs you send that lighten my mood :] Thanks for you!!!

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    1. Aw, thanks. I'm glad those signs bring a smile to your face. :)

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  18. That's a good thing to keep reminding ourselves of!

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  19. I totally agree that I would like to make everyday a day to be thankful for! I try but it doesn't always happen but then I try again! :)

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    1. There's a lot of "try and try again" in my life as well. :)

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  20. I think that's a fabulous idea. I made a real effort on Thanksgiving day to express a more positive attitude. It's something I've been lacking lately. I think I'll try to keep that up.

    Thanks for playing 6WS!

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    1. I'm glad I joined in; it's a lot of fun!

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  21. Love those six words. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend!

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