Monday, November 21, 2005

Monday Morning Question

Monday Morning Question:

What things make Thanksgiving special for you?

John and I being together, eating a nice Thanksgiving feast together that God has provided us, guarding our cat Michael from stealing the giblets for the gravy, watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, watching football 

26 comments:

  1. hmmm let me see...i have to say the thing that make this thanksgiving special ...is that im still alive to spend it... if i had accomplised my sucucide attempt last year i wouldnt be here to see it or spend it with my husband and lovely daughter

    http://journals.aol.com/hope4meeeee/MYTHOUGHTSANDFEELINGS/

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  2. When Jade was little, I used to take her to NYC to the Macy's Parade.  It is something to experience.  

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  3. Being with family and friends, and making new memories...

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  4. robinngabster11/21/2005 7:24 AM

    I love the parade!

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  5. Remembering the Thanksgivings when I was growing up.  One year I brought home a stalk of corn and took it to school to show the other students.  Seeing my cousins, Aunts and Uncles, and Grandmother and Grandfather.  It was a large family.  My Dad's parents died when he was young and he had one brother that we visited at different times of year.  Now our family only gets together for a reunion or funeral.   Wishing you and John a good Thanksgiving.   mark

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  6. the 3 f's--food, family, and fun!

    Annie =)
    journals.aol.com/krspkrmmom/nooneshome

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  7. firestormkids0411/21/2005 10:15 AM

    Togetherness is most important . . . this year we are also in our own home.  I am so thankful . . .Blessings, Penny  http://journals.aol.com/firestormkids04/FromHeretoThere

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  8. being with family and friends and rejoicing in the Lord :)

    betty

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  9. Being with loved ones and counting my blessings and being grateful...VERY grateful! xox
    http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ValsThoughts

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  10. sarajanesmiles11/21/2005 11:25 AM

    Well, you know we don't celebrate Thanksgiving here, so my answer will be that Thanksgiving is special because my friends over there in the US are all enjoying the day :o)
    Sara   x

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  11. #1 Gratitude. Also being with Dutch and trying not to think about hours of preperation over in about 20 minutes of eating! But then I'm thankful for leftovers too. Happy Thanksgiving John and Krissy! Blessings, Sassy

    http://journals.aol.com/SassyDee50/SassysEYE

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  12. Reconnecting with family that I hardly see, sharing food together, and giving thanks to the Almighty for the goodness of His mercy. Thanksgiving to me is a good time to appreciate what I have, to give to the less fortunate, and to give thanks for the Horn of Plenty which is a life filled with togetherness.

    --Tom

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  13. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in England Krissy, but I'd celebrate just having family around me.
    Sylvia xx

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  14. Being with family for sure is the best part.For Gods bountiful harvest he has blessed us with.

    angelrose

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  15. OH I LOVE THE FAMILY UNITY and THAT FOOD CHILD!!! LOL..FLAVA

    http://thelifeandtimesofflava.blogspot.com/

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  16. Dear Krissy,
    Sounds like you will have a good Thanksgiving...I think I will to..I am thankful f0r my husband and my cats and my Dad .....I will try and cook...not very good though...I am thankful for friends like you and all the others.  I am thankful to God for my life and to be free in America....

                                                       Love and Hugs always

                                                       Mike

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  17. articwulf5836811/22/2005 11:23 AM

    Spending time with family. Left overs LOL. ~Brandie

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  18. Thanksgiving is so special for me because of all the family time I get to have ! May you and John have a happy, blessed day !  'On Ya' - ma

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  19. Just stopped by to say Happy Thanksgiving. GBU, Shelly

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  20. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!
    ~Dona
    http://journals.aol.com/delela1/BlueSkiesandGentleBreezes

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  21. Noodles! :)

    Every year since I have been married my husband's family makes noodles for Thanksgiving. They are just thin noodles with chicken broth. No magic ingredients so special sauce -- JUST NOODLES. When my oldest was born that was all she ate on thanksgiving day. I never thought much of it until a few years ago she started talking about the Noodles WEEKS in advance. So now -- every year -- Thanksgiving rolls around and NOODLES are on the mind. LOL

    This also starts my Holiday Movie watching. I have a ton of Holiday movies that I go through each year. So the first one will be on Thanksgiving night.

    But really -- I am so very thankful for my Family. I Love my kids so very much.

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
    Kate~

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  22. I'm thankful that we live in a free country, where we can celebrate Thanksgiving and other holidays.  Also that we can worship without fear of prison or even death, for my Heavenly Father who sent his only Son so that we might have enternal life and of course for my family and friends.  Blessing to you & John.     Linda in Washington

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  23. love2sing200711/25/2005 4:00 PM

    I'm thankful for my Grandfather still being with us, my Mom being a four year Breast cancer survivor, and for my faith in Jesus who helps us through everything!

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  24. rescuepupzzz11/26/2005 5:16 PM

    hope you had a great turkey day

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  25. my photo was entry:
    http://journals.aol.com/buggieboo1/ThisMommasDrama/
    Sharon

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