I was driving around the other day when I came across this scene out in the countryside, and just had to take a picture of it- one of the hobbies I enjoy in my spare time. Call me old fashioned if you will, but it gave me cause for reflection, as I often do this time of year.
I realize no man is an island, and I am grateful for so many things as I have been truly blessed.
We all live in some difficult economic times these days, but the things I hold in high regard have nothing to do with material well being.
Just a few things worth mentioning - A marriage of 30 plus years I hold dear to my heart, for children and grandchildren, for the fellowship of friends and church, for the opportunity of service in the community, for our military- who serve here and abroad so that we might enjoy the freedoms we have that we so often times take for granted ( and the huge sacrifices they have made).
These are just a few thoughts among so many that come to mind, and of course that all important turkey on Thanksgiving that so many people may most likely not get to enjoy.
May you all get to enjoy Thanksgiving this year. I know I will- regardless of that Thanksgiving turkey.