Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!

Frequently in our neighborhood, a 'gaggle' of turkeys
looks up as we pass by. (I always wonder what they're thinking.)
Since having my Native American Totem Animals read to me recently,
I now wonder what's happening in my life (what I'm thinking) when I see them
and what their visitation might symbolize.

As Totem Animals, the Turkey symbolizes Generosity, Abundance,
Fertility, Awareness, LifeGiving and Sharing.

They are a reminder to count our blessings!
And this holiday, I am mindful of the many blessings life offers.

This world is incredibly generous, abundant and fertile beyond belief
when we remember to be aware of the lifegiving sources around us
and share them with others.

And while I am making my list of blessings,
know that you are on that list!

Wishing all a truly Blessed Thanksgiving!


(Vintage Postcard courtesy of The Graphics Fairy)


6 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Kirsten! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I surely did; we had a Puerto-Rican style turkey (my husband is PR-American) and then for the pièce de resistance....a crème brûlée pumpkin pie!!! Now it's time for the fun of Christmas in Blogland! Have a wonderful, wonderful season and thank you for coming over! Anita

annechovie said...

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, Kirsten! Enjoy your weekend.

oiadweller said...

the native American culture shows its' under-appreciated wisdom once again Kirsten.

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

M

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Anita~ We had a lovely Thanksgiving, thank you! Sounds like yours was wonderful too. I want to hear more about Creme Brulee Pumpkin Pie!!! Will have to get that recipe!

Anne~ Thank you and hope yours was great as well.

And thanks Michael! Need to get caught up on your blog. I need my Santorini fix! Thanks for coming by!

Relyn said...

In the craziness of the holidays I didn't make it here to wish you a happy, happy Thanksgiving. Still. I want to wish you and yours all the blessings of that wonderful holiday for now and always. I wish you a heart of gratitude. I wish you time enjoying your family. I wish you delicious food. I wish you laughter. I wish you quiet moments to savor.

Happy Sunday.

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Thank you so much Relyn! Hope yours was fabulous as well. Appreciate all the great wishes!