Thanksgiving, EH?!

It's a beautiful Autumn day with cool temperatures
and leaves blowing in the wind.
The perfect day for sitting under the tree while enjoying a hot drink 
and pondering God's Word.

Please join me...
I have an extra mug of hot cocoa with marshmallows waiting for you :)

Today is also Thanksgiving in Canada
and I want to wish my blogging friends from Canada
a very Happy Thanksgiving!

My dad's side of the family are Canadian and even though some of us live in the states,
we still celebrate this blessed holiday.

There is so much to be thankful for -
sweet family, 
precious friends, 
loving Savior, 
Holy Bible,
salvation through Jesus,
beautiful sunshine,
gentle raindrops,
smiling faces,
delicious coffee,
hugs and kisses,
warmth of home,
snuggles and cuddles,
a captivating book,
the beauty of a rose,
the smell of pie cooking,
talks with God,
holding hands with the one you love,
playing the piano,
watching the snow fall,
eternity in heaven,
love and laughter,
walking in a meadow,
singing praises to God,
and the list could go on and on :)

I would love to read some of the things that you are grateful for, dear friends.
May you have a thankful day!


harleygirl said...

Happy Thanksgiving to your family! :) So you get to celebrate twice! How fun! :)

Julie Marie said...

Such pretty pictures Stephanie... Happy Canadian Thanksgiving to you and your family... xoxo Julie Marie

Lady Linda said...

Happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful for so much this year...40 years of marriage, a baby grandson, our Seattle kids getting their first home, and oh so much more.
I can't let the day slip away without thanking GOD for you dear Stephanie. What a blessing your are in my life. It's so funny, because it all came about when my husband drew your name for my blog give away! I remember when he showed me the name, I thought, who is Stephanie? Now I know you and treasure you and just love ya so much dear friend. God is good and works in very interesting ways, even blogs!
Hugs, Linda

Debbie Harris said...

As I was reading your post and all that you are thankful for such as the smell of pie baking the pumpkin pie is in the oven right now giving off it's delicious aroma.
I could say ditto to all that you are thankful for, except of course playing the piano as I do not, but I am thankful for you when I get to sit and listen to those beautiful fingers grace the ivory keys.

We all have so much to thank the Lord for. Praise His Holy name!

I enjoyed my visit here today, beautiful photos as always.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Ceil said...

HI Stephanie! Happy Thanksgiving to you! You get to celebrate twice, huh? Pretty nice :)

It was so nice to read the list of things that you are thankful for. I am thankful for my home, faith and family for sure. And the opportunity to try and be a good follower of The Lord each day.

Have a beautiful day my friend!

A Daughter of the King said...

Cool mornings...color...friends...my computer...joy...God's mercy...my husband...breath

Shoregirl said...

Today we have sunshine after a week of rain --- so maybe I'll join you outside for some Thanksgiving Time and I'll add "sunshine after rain" to my list of "Things to be Thankful For!"

Gail Dixon (LaBelle) said...

My dad's grandparents came from Canada and spoke Canadian French. I am thankful for God's mercies every single day. :)

Antiques And Teacups said...

Wonderful! Happy Thanksgiving! We do have an amazing number of things to be thankful for. Thanks for a timely reminder!

Carol Z said...

Beautiful post. I've been thinking about hot chocolate and your photo got me eager to have some -- especially in my lovely new mug. Happy Thanksgiving and every day!

Lauren Nelson said...

What a beautiful post! I too am thankful for beautiful sunshine, playing the piano(did I tell you I got a piano for my new house?), and eternity in heaven. I would also have to add quality family time and long weekends!

Billie Jo said...

So beautiful my friend.

I am thankful for so many things, and included among them is your friendship. : )

Jennifer Where the Green Grass Grows said...

Happy Thanksgiving to all of Canada!! I am thankful for so many things. God,Family and a bunch of others!! Blessings to you!! Hope you have a great week!!

Amy said...

Hey Stephanie! Happy Thanksgiving to you! Taking this time and just inquire of the Lord and see what he has in store for each one of us!

The coolness in the air, family, friends, cooking, baking, blessings and the favors of the Lord and like you said the list is endless!

I'm so very thankful for you and all your encouraging words!

Hugs to you,

Karen Frost said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your Canadian side of the family! Lovely things to be grateful for and such a pretty post. I feel grateful for so many things and for lovely friends like you, Stephanie. Hugs xoxo

NanaDiana said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, Stephanie. I have so many things to be grateful for...visiting cousins that I had not seen in 40 years...healthy grandchildren....my own health....the cool breeze off the bay. I am blessed beyond belief- xo Diana

Pamelyn said...

I would add to your already awesome thankful list: my bloggy friends (you!) telling me about Thanksgiving in Canada! Although I don't have any relatives in Canada I'd love to celebrate Thanksgiving twice every year...

camp and cottage living said...

I agree that we can not begin to list all of our many blessings!
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving to you!

Anne Payne said...

I'm thankful for many things; the Lord's continuing grace and healing, my family and friends, fabric softener, and YOU :)

Sherri B. said...

What are some of the things that I am thankful for? Well, for one, I can easily say...I'm thankful for you my sweet blogging friend!!! You are a true blessing, always. xxoo

living from glory to glory said...

I guess you have a double portion dear friend! I must say being thankful and counting our blessings is so refreshing.
Very sweet Post!
Blessings, Roxy

Nina said...

Happy Thanksgiving Stephanie! Such a great buch if Things we have to that the Lord for ... every day! Oh I think we're having also hot chocolate with marshmallows tonight (thank you for the inspiration :)

Danni SiloHillFarm said...

Lovely Stephanie! You get Thanksgiving twice! Lucky girl! I'm thankful for many of the same things and hopeful for snow this year!

Melanie said...

That is one of my favorite verses! I would agree with your list Stephanie, especially the playing the paino. Sometimes the music says what words are not enough to say!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Happy Thanksgiving to your Canadian side! I am really looking forward to this holiday. :)

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving to Canada! Truly every day for all of us. Love your photographs, Stephanie...what's not to love about hot cocoa, marshmallows and cute acorns. :)

Niki O'Reilly said...

Happy Autumn and Canadian Thanksgiving. It's so good to be back to your blog again. I'm afraid I got distracted by too many things. I will enjoy browsing through all the posts I have missed. And what a wonderful idea, to have a store for all your marvelous crafts. Hugs to you. Hope to see you yet this year.

Haddock said...

That mug of hot cocoa looks inviting.

Jazzmin said...

I enjoyed your warm, lovely post so much!! I love the sweet photos you shared, and felt like I was sitting right there with you, having a Fall-style picnic with a blanket spread out over the fallen leaves and drinking that delicious hot chocolate! (and I love your vintage picnic basket.)
I am blessed by the verse you shared also, and by reading the things you are thankful for.

I hope you and your family had a very blessed Canadian Thanksgiving!

Hugs to you!

Sandra said...

Hi Stephanie, Thanks so much for taking time to wish all of us Canadians a Happy Thanksgiving. Your post was just lovely as usual and enjoyed reading it.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How sweet of you! I am thankful to my good health and living in a beautiful place. Very thankful for my sweet family and good husband, too. Enjoy your week my friend!

Robyn said...

Such a beautiful post, Stephanie and the mugs made me giggle.
We say our thanks around the table as well and it's always a joy and surprise to see what the kids will come up with.
I think the secret is to be thankful for every blessing, whether big or small, don't you?
There is so much to be joyful about in this world.

Take care, sweet friend

Conniecrafter said...

There are plenty of blessings to be thankful for and that you can celebrate more than once a year. Hope your family had a good day celebrating!

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