I meant to welcome you to a brand new week yesterday, but Sir Comstanzes kept that from happening. You know him, right? He can be so captivating!
Today is Election Day in America and we are all thrilled that it is finally here! No matter which candidate people supported in this election, we are ready to get back to being a CIVILized society. Yippie!!
I'm so thankful, I made a gratitude card:
I'm also going to link to the uber-talented Susan Raihala's Thanksgiving Crusade 2016 page. Here is the information, in Susan's own words:
The Thanksgiving Crusade is one woman's attempt to save Thanksgiving from the huge commercial shadow cast by Halloween and Christmas. I'm tilting at windmills here, but dag-nab it! Thanksgiving is an awesome holiday that deserves more attention. ...
The only rule for my Thanksgiving Crusade is that you make and send cards of thanks. You may thank the people closest to you, or you may choose to thank people whom you haven't seen in years or you may thank someone who doesn't know you at all. Doesn't matter. Let's just take this as a perfect opportunity to thank someone.
Please consider joining us for the Thanksgiving Crusade even if you're not Canadian or American ~ thanksgiving knows no national boundaries.
Show gratitude. Give thanks. Save Thanksgiving.My card is for our neighbor who unexpectedly changed our dinner plans for the better by offering us one of the large trout he had just caught that afternoon! It was delicious!
And thank you for your crusade, Susan!
We had a wonderful four days with the grandtwins and granddogs, although I was a bit overwhelmed by all the testosterone! I sympathize with my sweet DIL!! Here is a picture collage for you:
|Adam and Henry / Duke and Jack|
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