There's been a touch of frost on the roofs at night. These are some of the last roses from my garden.
This is Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada...family gathering, out-of-town guests, turkey, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie! We have much to thank God for.
Saturday, October 11, 2008
Last Roses of Summer
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Happy Thanksgiving! I will never forget the first time that we were at Niagara Falls in Canada and unbeknownst to us it was Thanksgiving Day. We walked in to a very crowded Table Rock restaurant and after a good little wait, we were treated to one of the most lavish buffets I have ever seen. It was wonderful to get to experience the Canadian celebration and so many of the delicious foods. I remember putting single bite servings of many things on my plate just so I could sample as much as possible... fish dishes, egg dishes, abundant desserts, along with traditional meats and vegetables and more.ReplyDelete
I hope that you and your precious family have a wonderful weekend together as you reflect on all that you are thankful for. I am thankful for a blogging friend who is right there to welcome me back after a much needed break. :-)
God's richest blessings,
Oh those are quite beautiful! So nice to see some flowers other then mums still out.ReplyDelete
hi i am terrileein Nc USA i so want to tell you i thank you for the positive and uplifting blog i work at a prison as a nurse and i so enjoy positive things in a world where there is so much negative what a blessing you are to othersReplyDelete