To each his own. To me my own.

Birds Eye View

Up early getting ready to watch the annual Thanksgiving parades… just me. But it’s always been just me doing this – funny that for so many years now, it’s become a ritual. Through the years, my family would come wandering out around 11-ish – and only then because we had Nana’s to be at for Thanksgiving dinner. The annual kickoff to the Christmas holiday season was then born. An ever-joyous day off spent with good family, good food and no gifts required. Thank you very much for flying Thanksgiving Air… and oh, please don’t forget your Black Friday ads.

How I have missed my little blog. It’s been so busy at my work I’ve barely had time to breathe, let alone write. When I get home, it’s zombie nation and lights out early. It’s a good thing, I know – especially since these are our slow months, which usually occur between November through February. Bring it on. I think I speak with the voice of most Americans when I say I’m ready for a solution to this failed economy. Why, just yesterday a breaking news email passed my desktop stating the weekly jobless claims were the lowest since 2008. I know this is only one lone city, with screwed up statistics. But when I see this kind of stuff in media, as skewed as it may be… it gives me hope. I HOPE that it gives others hope too, those that are without jobs and on a diligent search for one.

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of all the holidays. As with any holiday though, there are those who left us behind for which we still grieve. My sister-in-law’s birthday falls on Thanksgiving this year, she passed away only 3 short months ago. It still doesn’t seem possible. It will be a very hard day for her entire family, and my thoughts and prayers will remain with them throughout the day.

It is my sincere hope for everyone out there to have a happy and meaningful Thanksgiving filled with family and friends. God bless.

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4 responses

  1. Happy Thanksgiving Bonnie!! 🙂
    Your vacations pictures were amazing, it’s clear that you had a fantastic time.

    November 26, 2010 at 4:06 am

    • Bonnie

      Thanks so much, sweet dreamer. You’re right, we had a great time and it was good to get away for a few days!!

      November 27, 2010 at 9:23 pm

  2. Thank you for your well wishes for Thanksgiving Day. We spent the evening at my brother’s home, and he prepared a great meal. A good time was had by all. I’m glad that you had a great day planned, and I trust that it played out well. God is good. Sometimes we have troubles, but even they have a purpose. I never ask for trouble. I may acknowledge that there is a benefit, but I never ask for it. Blessings to you, Bonnie…

    November 26, 2010 at 9:44 am

    • Bonnie

      I’m glad to hear of the wonderful family time on Thanksgiving for you and your family, Carol Ann! It really is a great time to all come together and be thankful, together. Blessings to you, my dear friend…

      November 27, 2010 at 11:05 pm

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