Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving


Norman Rockwell titled this Freedom from Want. There are many in want in our nation and across the world. May those of us in plenty be truly grateful and may we work toward a world where no one is in want.

Happy Thanksgiving.

17 comments:

Mona said...

Yahtzee!

Mona said...

this is the second time I am seeing that beautiful picture in blogland! :)

Happy Thanksgiving to Lime & family!

Cheesy said...

Happy Thanksgiving gurlie. May you and yours want for nothing today! Hugs!!

Cocotte said...

Have a joyous day with your family, Lime. Thanks for being you!

furiousBall said...

happy thanksgiving!

G-Man said...

I don't see any pineapple pudding on that table...G
Happy Thanksgiving

Moannie said...

My ambition is to find a book of Norman Rockwell's work...they are so redolent of the 40's and 50's and made me fall in love with all thing's American.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours

S said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Lime.

Lapis Ruber said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours as well as to all our American cousins from us in the UK.

Palm Springs Savant said...

Lime- Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family today.
-Rick

Moosekahl said...

A Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! I am proud to count you among my "plenty". Thanks for sharing of yourself with so many of us.

Fred said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Lime. I hope you're having a great holiday!

BTExpress said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you my dear friend.

Jocelyn said...

That's the best Thanksgiving sentiment possible. As we all enjoy our "too much," may we think about to transfer some of that to those with too little.

Cosima said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Lime.

Liquid said...

Hope you had a delicious one!

The Zombieslayer said...

Ah yes. Take nothing for granted. As one who lived in Third World countries twice (once as a foreign exchange student and once for summer), I got to see that not everyone has it as rosy as we do.

Then again, we have 3rd world poverty in this country too, but it seems Americans like to look the other way about that.