We had a quiet Thanksgiving meal with two other family members at a traditional restaurant yesterday. The weather was mild, which was a special gift of grace for older people and those who were traveling. We were only gone for a few hours: short and sweet, with shared griefs, concerns, laughter, and always the news and some history. I appreciate simplicity more and more.
streets I used to travel
to go to Mom’s house
empty stores here and there
with signs of recovery
10 thoughts on “Grace”
Simplicity is a rich gift, isn’t it, Ellen?! God bless you–love, Caddo
Hi Caddo, Yes it surely is. Love and blessings, Ellen
Hi Ellen. Happy Thanksgiving! I still have one Thanksgiving decoration out in honor of my American family and friends. Jane
We got snow Thanksgiving night but the weather was nice for the day. I also appreciate simplicity.
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving and are in the midst of a great Thanksgiving weekend!
The only constant is change.
Recovery can be a magical word, if we let it.
Blessings to you and yours.
Happy Thanksgiving, Ellen! God is good, even in tough times.
THANK YOU ALL AND MANY BLESSINGS . . . ELLEN
So poignant.l You always capture the essence–and that’s what poetry is all about!
Lovely Ellen. Sounds like a delightful way to spend the holiday. Margie
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