Wednesday, November 19, 2014

A Time for Thanks...

SHENANIGANS IN THE SHADOWS: A Sunny Meadows Mystery (The Fortune Teller Series)

Hi, guys, it's Sunny Meadows here. I can't believe Thanksgiving is upon us already. I also can't believe Christmas music, candy, and decorations have been out since the day after Halloween! What's up with that? Don't get me wrong, I LOVE Christmas. It's my favorite holiday with all the Hallmark movies and shopping for gifts and getting into the spirit of giving, and all.

But what about Thanksgiving?

I feel like it gets the raw end of the deal as far as holidays go, which is a shame really. It's so important to stop and reflect on all we are thankful for. Like in my case, Granny Gert will be cooking up a storm, with my help of course. And yes my parents will be in town. They might drive me crazy, but I wouldn't trade them for anyone else. And then there's Mitch. I am so thankful for him. He makes me laugh, makes me mad, makes me happy ;) And of course I can't forget Morty. He's my kindred spirit. I don't even want to think about what I would do if he suddenly disappeared. He's my sidekick and a big help in solving the recent string of murders in Divinity. Which reminds me, I am especially thankful that there are NO dead bodies at the present time.

So tell me, what are you all thankful for this year?

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  1. I'm thankful I don't live in Buffalo at the moment ;)

  2. I am thankful for my husband, my two beautiful daughters and their husbands. Also my Mother who is 92 and my Aunt (my Mother's younger sister) who is 88.

  3. I am thankful for all the blessings God has bestowed on me; my husband, my children, a house over our heads, food for our stomachs, teachers to learn from, doctors to care for us, and friends to share good times with.

  4. I'm thankful that even though I don't get to be home for Thanksgiving I can still enjoy time with my husband over skype and we can plan together a meal to share so we don't feel so far apart. Thanks to the internet there is no distance that is too much, and I don't feel so alone while I am away.