Thanksgiving in the “new” house
We’ve moved. We’re still not entirely settled, but we’re close. The new place feels like home already, even with the piles of boxes here and there. Now that we have internet again after three weeks without it, I feel connected to the outside world. I should really get more faithful about this blogging business.
Speaking of blogging, Dawn Kinzer has kindly posted an article I wrote about the rollercoaster ride of the writing life. Thank you, Dawn!
How was your Thanksgiving? We celebrated Thanksgiving at my daughter’s house, and we do have many blessings to be thankful for. It was a relaxing time (as relaxing as it could be with a busy two-year-old and a teething infant) and I was glad none of us had any plans to hit the Black Friday sales. Because it’s hard to be greedy and thankful at the same time.
Here’s a photo I took yesterday morning while I was burning the pecan pie. Our back windows look out on a vacant pasture, so we can feel like we live in the country even though we don’t. I know deer are pests, but isn’t he (she?) a beautiful sight?
All things bright and beautiful,
All creatures great and small,
All things wise and wonderful,
The Lord God made them all.
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