Happy Thanksgiving 2012.

A Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, from all of my personalities. Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for the things in our lives that are good and true. Since my last post about this holiday I have decided I should list some things that I am thankful for. I encourage all of you to do the same!

Being young at heart and enjoying life.

Stay Young at Heart. I’m Thankful I can still play. It’s nice to be able to play at any age more so when you get older. This is my Daughter and I this past Halloween. I’m thankful her and her younger Sister and Brother think I’m young enough to still go out and play with them sometimes. Life will always intrude, reality will insinuate its way in, take some time to enjoy what you have.

Coffee is great in all its many forms

Coffee is something everyone should be thankful for. At least everyone who knows me. Without the coffee there would be know thinking, talking or, well there wouldn’t be anything. Coffee is the fuel that makes me go. If it were not for the coffee… well things in my world would come to a screeching halt and there would be ni recovery from it.

Magic is all around us. Take a moment to enjoy it. If you do, it can give you the Warm Glowy Fuzzies.

Magic is all round us this Thanksgiving. It’s important to take some time to tell the people in your life that you care about them, that you think of them and that your world is a better place with them in it. Magic is a matter of perception, believe in it and your world will open up in ways you can barely imagine and that take your breath away. That warm glow that suffuses you when you are content and at peace can be with you all the time, if you just let it happen.

With imagination the whole world is open to you.

Imagination is the most important thing I posses. I’m thankful for it everyday. It allows me to write, to dream and to consider the possibilities of what could be. Embrace your imagination, nurture it and allow it to grow. Nothing in life is every so bad that it cannot be overcome with the right attitude and the insight to embrace whats possible.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

This Thanksgiving be thoughtful in what you are thankful for. Be mindful for what you have, and what you could lose. Health, Wealth, friends Family… all are transient on this spinning rock we call home. Take some moments to enjoy what you have in the NOW. Let later take care of itself. Be well today and now I’m thankful for all of you who read my posts here. Hugs to you all.





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