Legacy Writing 365:327, 328, and 329

Here are pictures from my ‘tween years on of many Thanksgivings that include lots of family and friends. These pictures don’t really need words to show why every year teaches me again how much I have to be grateful for. This is what Thanksgiving means to me: being together for a few hours with people we care for, reaching out to those who need to be included, sharing what is abundant in our lives–whether that is food, time, or love–with our neighbors.

I hope all of you find good and safe ways to celebrate the Thanksgiving holidays, and that we can all offer our best to one another, in stores and airports, at work and at play, on roads, in front of TVs, at tables, and online.

Taking a break: I’ll be back for sure by time to post Button Sunday!

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6 Responses to Legacy Writing 365:327, 328, and 329

  1. ablueskyboy says:

    Wow! What a history montage.

  2. Helen says:

    And a good time was had by all…
    Very special. Thank you for sharing.

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