MwsR Thoughts

Thanksgiving Wish by MwsR

My Thanksgiving wish has nothing to do with all the yummy food.
Except that those who are hungry, that they will have some.
My Thanksgiving wish has to do with all that we have around us, either in our hearts or in our presence.
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time t o make memories with our loved ones and friends. It can also be terrible for those that are financially hurting or those families that bicker and fight.
It can be hard trying to move on and look past mistakes and grievances but we all should try.
No family is perfect, no matter how many lovely pictures and things they try to display or post about. No one family has it all together.
There will be times that you dislike each other or maybe that you just don’t connect on the same basis. That is okay.
I know with my family we have had our moments.
The hardest thing to remember is, we are only humans. God did not make us divine or spotless, or even flawless. He made us each with our quirks. He inspired us though to be better than we can and to keep reaching to help others and understand others and love each other.
Some people are missing from around our tables this year. Some may never have the chance to sit at our tables. Whatever it is know that you too are not alone.
As for my house, we miss those we can not see again, or talk to during this season especially. I miss that I will never get to spend a Thanksgiving with my birth mom, except once.
I miss my father-in-law and the company he frequented us with.
There is my half-sister who is in jail, again, that won’t have a good Thanksgiving. I miss times in my life when I felt connected to each one I love.
My Thanksgiving wish is that all of us look around and truly, TRULY, be happy for all we have. That maybe we can in turn help someone else who might need help and comforting.
We all know someone!
Holidays can be brutal, they can also be a time to reflect and be THANKFUL.
I choose to be THANKFUL and pray for those who need courage or resources or whatever it may be to make it through another Holiday Season.
If you have managed to sit through this post I am thankful for that too.
Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

20+ Grandma-Approved Thanksgiving Casserole Recipes | EatingWell

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Paleo Thanksgiving Recipes

t’s the time of year to count our blessings, and I have just so many things to be thankful for. Family, good friends, and delicious food all help to keep me warm when the weather gets chilly. I’m also thankful for the great community of Paleo food bloggers and their recipes; because of them, I don’t have to miss any of my favorite Thanksgiving dishes this year.

https://paleoflourish.com/paleo-thanksgiving-recipes
Paleo Thanksgiving Recipes (Includin Full Dinner Menu) https://paleoflourish.com/paleo-thanksgiving-recipes
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Diabetic Thanksgiving Meal/Recipes

It’s easy to serve up diabetic-friendly Thanksgiving recipes when they taste this good.

https://www.tasteofhome.com/author/eracette/
https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/diabetic-friendly-recipes-for-thanksgiving/

Poem

Some people want to be near to their family, but can’t. People who wish more than anything things were different, those same people desire to belong.

Don’t forget your blessings, pray for those who are struggling today and every day, just to be asked to be in someone’s life.

Count your blessings

Remember life isn’t guaranteed. Get over past judgments and hurts or feelings that keep you from receiving blessings.

When Thanksgiving Changed by MwsR

The day has always been celebrated without your presence

The talk never has included you

But when it’s mentioned, it’s of course blamed on you.

No verbal request for you to attend

No reaching out to you to try and heal or mend

It’s okay to point fingers at you

Even though it’s okay to assume.

If you were meant to be there

There’d be no doubt left in the air

You’d feel that, right?

No need to fuss or fight

Instead, Thanksgiving changed

When no one spoke your name

When life without you was expected

Needless to say, the lack of effort, feeling rejected.

When Thanksgiving changed you weren’t there

Even though you wanted to be, you wanted them to care

You wanted to be included more than in a passing thought

It was belonging that you sought.

Go ahead and pass the blame

Don’t let it change anything

But when this old life nears its end

Maybe then…

Words Of The Week~ Expand Your Vocabulary

Language/Happy Thanksgiving Translation
https://www.languageconnections.com/blog/6-thanksgiving-november-holidays-around-the-world/
Bulgarian Честит Ден на благодарносттаItalian Felice RingraziamentoChinese Simplified感恩节快乐Thai มีความสุขในวันขอบคุณพระเจ้า


CroatianSretan dan zahvalnostiGerman:Frohes ErntedankfestChinese Traditional感恩節快樂Urduمبارک
ہو شکریہ



CzechŠťastné díkuvzdáníNorwegianGod høsttakkefestHindiथैंक्सगिविंग की शुभकामनाएंVietnameseLễ tạ ơn vui vẻ


FrenchJoyeux Action de Graces or Bonne Action de GrâcePortugueseFeliz Dia de Ação de GraçasJapaneseハッピー感謝祭Arabicعيد شكر
سعيد



GreekΧαρούμενη Ημέρα των ΕυχαριστιώνRussianСчастливого дня благодаренияKhmerសប្បាយរីករាយអរព្រះគុណHebrewחג הודיה שמח






TurkishŞükran Günü Kutlu OlsunSpanishFeliz Día de GraciasKorean행복한 추수 감사절Persianجشن شکرگذاری مبارک
https://www.languageconnections.com/blog/6-thanksgiving-november-holidays-around-the-world/