Thursday, November 27, 2014

Thanksgiving Morning

The hunters have had their breakfast and ALL of the deer are having theirs in the woods this morning and Jessie is here after her night-shift, ready to go nap and Kitty is in my bathroom now which is about a hundred times bigger than where she's been staying and I have celery and onions cooking slowly and pecans roasting and it won't be long before people start coming out and the kitchen will be chaos and all will be chaos and Greta wants the boys to come and play ball with her and it is a most beautiful day, chilly but not cold, and I am grateful, thankful, for all of it and please know- for you. You and you and you, from here to there and all parts of this country, this world, my god, you have no idea how much you sustain me.

Thank you.

Maurice thanks you too.


May everyone be at peace and warm and have something good to eat and people whom they love to eat it with.

Love...Ms. Moon

12 comments:

  1. Ambrosia is made, complete with tiny marshmallows. I'm about to pick up Anna, go feed May's cat, and head that way. See you in an hour or so.

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Gail

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  3. Amen! You and yours are in my heart.

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  4. Even though we've never met, you and your writing sustain me, too. Happy thanksgiving to you and yours.

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  5. I love you Ms Moon and am grateful for your beautiful honest writings that soothe me. Sweet Jo

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  6. I'm thankful for you every day!

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  7. Well, it just sounds wonderful.

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  8. How you bring us in with all those little details, the smells and sights and cat and even awareness of the deer all alive and eating their breakfasts in the woods. So lovely. I am grateful for you.

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  9. Just clicked on the video. Way too short.

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  10. Lots of happiness here. We enjoyed our day together. I know that your day was wonderful.

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