#WeekendCoffeeShare: Thanksgiving 2021 plus Garden and Life Update


Hello, come on in from the cold. Please sit and join me for a virtual coffee and sweets.

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Thanksgiving 2021 – Things I’m thankful for…


It’s Thanksgiving week in the U.S. Each year, I try to do a post where I list out some of the things I’m thankful for.

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Friday Fictioneers: Crapulously Fabulous


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Great, fantastique, awesome, super.

Just how many more different ways can I exaggerate this situation?

I don’t know what gave anyone the idea or the impression I can single-handedly put together a Thanksgiving dinner in 4 hours.

4 HOURS!!!

There I was, slaving away in the kitchen – turkey, vegetables, and stuffing in the oven, potatoes ready to mash, and all there was left to do was dessert.

“Marge!” Came a holler.

I must had turned too quickly because next thing I knew, I was on the floor. “Ow,” I moaned. My leg was turned at an awkward angle. Crapulous.

“Marge, you okay?”

(100 Words)

For Friday Fictioneers

Please note: the word “Crapulous” in this story does not mean what it actually means if you define this word in the dictionary. In this story, this word is the antonym of Fabulous. Crapulous, Fabulous, get it?

There are plenty to be thankful for, even in 2020


2020, what a year, right? So many things happened this year – pandemic, earthquakes, on-and-off mask mandates, wind storms, social gathering restrictions… but even in this weird pandemic universe we’re living in where Mondays and Fridays are just another day, giving thanks is still an everyday-must and a definite-must on Thanksgiving.

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Here are my 5 major thanks for 2020:

  • My job – my biggest thank. My job has kept me occupied even if I have to learn new roles and work crazy amount of overtime hours. It kept me busy and my anxiety at bay because I kept wondering if this pandemic would turn into some kind of Zombie Apocalypse where everyone turns into zombies after getting tested positive for this virus.
  • I’m thankful I haven’t had a problem with paying my bills and mortgage this year as working overtime has generated quite a bit of extra income.
  • I’m thankful for the art of crochet. It also kept me occupied during 2020. I am now more prepared for winter than I ever was in past years with hand-made scarves, hats, and a wonderful fashionable cowl.
  • I’m thankful for finally investing in a stand-up desk so my back will be straight when this whole thing’s over and we’re back in the office.
  • I’m thankful for all the audiobooks and podcasts that kept me entertained as I went through my workday. As of this week, I’ve listened to over 70 audiobooks this year.

Last but not least, I want to thank all the readers of this blogs who followed me through the years. Even though I’ve been away for most of 2020, some of my long-time readers would occasionally comment to check up on me. I am thankful for the thoughtfulness and to have a great bunch of friends in this ever changing blogging universe.

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Not So Wordless Wednesday: And the chicken says…


Chicken with a microphone in hand

…eat more turkeys on Thanksgiving!

Thought of the Day!


Happy Monday again!

It all begins and ends in your mind. What you give power, has power over you. – Anonymous

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Thought of the Day!


I just had a 5-day weekend and must return to work today, which is too cruel. Here’s my simple thought for those suffering similar fate as I am:

Keep calm and return to work.

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Thought of the Day!


I can’t believe it, Thanksgiving is nearly here! Continue reading “Thought of the Day!”

Thought of the Day!


For my blogging friends in the US, can you believe Thanksgiving is a little over a week away? Therefore, until then, I will be doing Thanksgiving thought of the day. Here is my thought on this Monday:

Happiness cannot be traveled to, earned, worn, or consumed.  Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.

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Photo of the Day!


I love this picture. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

Thanksgiving 2017


Thanksgiving 2017 began one-half day earlier for me than for most people because I took Wednesday afternoon off from work. Continue reading “Thanksgiving 2017”

Photo of the Day!


This picture basically sums up my Thanksgiving. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

5 Things I am Thankful for…


Every year, I celebrate Thanksgiving differently. Continue reading “5 Things I am Thankful for…”

Thought of the Day!


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Photo of the Day!


Keeping with this week’s theme from Daily Post of Experimental, here is another one of my long-exposures. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

Thought of the Day!


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Photo of the Day!


Somehow, I’m feeling more festive this year than I have in a long time. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

Thought of the Day!


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Sunday


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So, today is Sunday, at least I think it is Continue reading “Sunday”

A Quiet Thanksgiving


This Thanksgiving has been quiet for the most part. Continue reading “A Quiet Thanksgiving”

Giving for Thanksgiving


Happy Thanksgiving, everyone in the U.S! Continue reading “Giving for Thanksgiving”

Share Your World – 2016 Week #47 – Grateful List


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What are you grateful for in regard to:

Your home life? Continue reading “Share Your World – 2016 Week #47 – Grateful List”

Happy Thanksgiving!


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I hope everyone is enjoying your turkey and hopefully, I am as well by the time this post goes live. I have been invited by one of mom’s friends to her house for Thanksgiving meal this year. That’s why I’m writing this post early. Continue reading “Happy Thanksgiving!”