This years Thanksgiving celebration was simple. Just my aunt, uncle and us, great food, lovely music and good conversation.
I am more than thankful for the home I have found here in Kentucky.
I am thankful for family and friends. And some more than needed days off with my love.
Here is to being thankful for the small things.
Love, friendship, family and too much pie!
Interesting how being thankful turns everything into enough.
Hope you had a happy Thanksgiving loved ones!
Life is a journey – let’s take a moment to be thankful for this amazingly beautiful journey.
Today I am grateful. Grateful for first whiskey sours out in the sun and skulls painted on wood tables.
Gratefull for my new Canon 60D to play with!
Grateful for great memories of Eurotrip adventures and a short and fun stay with my husbands family.
Gratefull for chickens that generously gift me with eggs and gardens that offer an abundance of fresh chives to freeze for the winter.
For amazing Kentucky Wedding Weekends out at Red River Gorge and the most lovely friends to spend it with!
And for a handsom husband that makes me smile!
Have a great week end loved-ones!
And don’t forget….Life is a journey!
Lately I am thankful for (more…)
Time is passing like a dash of light…I can’t even believe it is only two and a half weeks till Christmas! And I can’t believe we are actually in the mids of winter with real snow!! Looking at my blog you probably think I am kind of stuck in summer – and yes that would be kind of accurate! Since temperatures have been rather mild so far, and it felt more like fall to the Central-European in me, and it was hard for me to get into the Christmas mood! I must say….I was really ready not ready for Thanksgiving – and no I am absolutely NOT ready for Christmas!
Recapitulating my last two to three weeks makes me feel all fuzzy and warm inside and I feel very thankful for my life right now! Fall has been so gorgeous here, offering an abundance of warm sunny days with possibility to enjoy the wonderful colored trees and bushes! Harvest festivals and markets have gifted us with delicious pumpkin treats and have made the transition from our amazing summer to darker days a joyful one!