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jo©o said…
Happy THANKSGIVING to you and thanks for being a CYBER friend.

We can have it to :
After all, it was the English who started it :-)
deb did it said…
awww...what a beautiful tribute to wonderful friends....oh happy day to you too...my cyberfriend!
Kim Mailhot said…
Oh, here's to friendship ! Have a Joyous Day !
rebecca said…
i have been up before dawn ushered by dazzling stars. in the quiet before the first light of this day of gratitude i have been gathering all those who have so generously loved me. reflecting on their place in my heart, how their generous love shapes me...even though they are gone from this earth.
all my thanks and reflection have finally taken me to the light of day and the love that exists here with the living.
i count you among this glorious JOY.
to find my name here like a banner of acknowledgement startles me! you are so dear...

love love love the white feathered wing...the golden light filtering through,
like a cathedral of love.

(thinking my silly icon anima (soul) burning in the flames of hell, which i use to humble myself knowing we can all fall from grace in any given moment...should perhaps take her leave of your pure and beautiful wing.
and being shy, did you know that? thinking my name should take a rest too from your magnificent wish for happiness.....

today, i am praying for oneness, inclusion, belonging, acceptance, and with the realization that we are all inextricably bound to each other,
peace.

loving you.....
gratefully,
rebecca
rebecca said…
my husband has completely silenced me...
saying how sweet, how tender a gesture!
i am yours, and his completely.
i bow to your generous warm wishes!!!

love,
rebecca
Noelle Renee said…
Thank you dear Sue. I just saw this today. I so appreciate such a kind and warm gesture. You are a wonderful friend, and though we are connected in cyberspace, I feel we know one another genuinely through what we share. Thank you for all the beauty you offer.
xoxo,
Noelle

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