Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Latest bunch, yellow maple and giving thanks

- My latest bunch of grocery store flowers.  So much beauty for only $5.99.  I pulled those outer leaves from the last bouquet and it made it prettier, I think. 

- The yellow maple (not sure what it is actually called) at the group mailboxes at the condos.  So beautiful and perfectly bare this morning due to all the rain the last couple of days.  I'm so glad I snapped it when I could.

- A friend from church sent this Thanksgiving card.  I like that the turkey is wearing a pilgrim hat.  :)  I always enjoy Thanksgiving, a day we set aside in the United States to give thanks for what we have.  I am thankful for the family I am heading to visit, for having Friday off, too, and thankful for your friendship!

Have a wonderful holiday if you celebrate it.  And have a wonderful rest of the week, friends outside the US.  I will post next Monday, since I often have trouble getting my internet service when down at the farm.  Have a great next few days!


MunirGhiasuddin said...

I wish you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving.
The flowers look very cute. Sometimes what we can find in low low prices is amazing!

LL Cool Joe said...

Just another boring day here in the UK!

Hope you have a great holiday!

Elephant's Child said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.
It isn't celebrated here - but the concept is one I strive for every day.

Riot Kitty said...

I always take the outer leaves off, too. Happy Thanksgiving!

Joanne said...

I love the colors of the leaves on that tree!

OldLady Of The Hills said...

A VERY VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING, MY DEAR......Hope it is a lovely one.

TALON said...

Hope you're having a fabulous holiday weekend, Lynn! I think the touch of green in the vase only adds to the floral charm. :)

desk49 said...

Okay I'm running a day late

Tho the bird was not flying

The pig did not squeal

The Fat person wasn't singing

And I had a few of my pills

A fifth or two of this

A Quart or four of that

I was quite happy

And forget where I was at

So I'm taking this time

to say my adduces

and wish you a great yesterday

or was that a week ago, or two

Happy November 28, 2013

Granny Annie said...

The grocery flowers, the gorgeous tree, the special card are all perfect to express the joy of Thanksgiving! Your shared delight in such small treasures makes them huge.

sage said...

I hope you had a very wonderful Thanksgiving!

Jannie Funster said...

Thinking of you down on the farm, or perhaps now back in Atlanta, or soon to be.

I like seeing the changing of that tree!

I have so much to be grateful for, your friendship still one of the many great blessings of my life!

And I like the style of your picture frames! Kind of a shabby chic. Pretty.


Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Lynn .. great blog post for thanksgiving - and I love the orangey-rusty tree .. love the colours at this time of year. Our leaves are still on at the moment!

Love having flowers in the house .. cheers Hilary

Snaggle Tooth said...

Sorry I didn't comment earlier- my machine didn't let me in the other day-

Lee said...

I've been remiss in posting...sorry. Time somehow has been flying by!

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. :)

Lynn said...

Munir -

Thank you - it was very nice.

Joe -

Somehow I think your household is never boring.

Elephant's Child -

Me, too - a good way to be, I think.

Riot Kitty -

In this case, I put them on, but off is good, too.

Joanne -

Isn't that pretty?

Lynn said...

Naomi -

It was lovely. I hope you had some good company over the holidays, too.

Talon -

I think so, too. This bunch is still thriving, except the roses.

Ellis -

Well Ellis - I love my poem. :) Thank you very much and I am thrilled you stopped by! I wish you a great yesterday, too!

Granny Annie -

Thank you for saying that - you make me smile.

Sage -

It was so nice. I hope yours was, too.

Lynn said...

Jannie -

I am thankful for your friendship, too, Jannie Muffin.

Yes - I love those frames. I've had them quite a while. You can just see my young dad's handsome self there on the left.


Hilary -

I say - buy them for yourself - that's my motto lately.

Cheers to you!

Snaggle -

That's OK - hope you had a happy Thanksgiving.

Lee -

No worries. Time is flying by!