Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The Thanksgiving Board . . .

Since the next days seem to be scrunched up with tons of busy
I am planning to take some time from Irish Garden House .

I plan to enjoy my Thanksgiving preparations,
do some tree trimming,
decorate with my Shiny Brights,
pine cones and boughs
and there might be some
boxes needing wrappings and ribbons too.

I can't promise how regular I will be in posting
but I do promise to be back here very soon..
~ I am feeling thankful and grateful
for love, life and home with my mr kennedy irish man

~ for our delightful and precious ten pound snickers fluff

~ for my loving children and grandchildren

~ for wonderful friends

~ for each of you
"out there"
who bring me daily
smiles, insight, truth, authenticity, love
and much more
Happy Thanksgiving

Be Happy
Share The Happiness With Others




Pamela Gordon said...

I love the old boards on your table. Enjoy your break as you prepare for the holidays. I wish you, your beloved and family a wonderfully blessed Thanksgiving, Lynne. All the best to you. See you soon. Hugs, Pam

TexWisGirl said...

really like the sweet and simple look. blessings to you and yours, lynne.

eileeninmd said...

I love the board! I hope to see your decorations, of course! Enjoy your decorating, family and Thanksgiving, Lynne!

Rural Revival said...

Enjoy the season and making more memories.

Sarah Huizenga said...

Love the table transition to Thanksgiving. Have a wonderful holiday spending time with family and friends.

From the Kitchen said...

Enjoy your holiday preparations and being with those you hold near and dear.


Kerin said...

What a beautiful picture! I just love the simplicity of the old barn wood, with the shafts of wheat.....lovely!

Enjoy your time, fluffing your nest, and enjoying this wonderful time of year.

I appreciate your gratitude list.... so many wonderful, heart warming blessings in your life.

Thanks so much for your sweet comments on my post.

Warm wishes,

At Home in English Valley said...

Your table Lynne, lovely in it's simplicity. You are loved so very much, and I am so grateful for your friendship. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, dear Lynne, you are a blessing! Love, Penny

Missy George said...

Sweet post Lynne..We love you too..Enjoy your Holidays..

MarmePurl said...

A Blessed Thanksgiving to you and yours.

Nancy Claeys said...

In view of your break, I appreciate your visit yesterday Lynne! Have fun decorating and enjoying your family. :)

Musings from Kim K. said...

Enjoy your blogging respite and your time preparing for the approaching holidays. Blessings to you, dear blogging friend!

Cindy said...

Enjoy taking a bit of time to be blessed. All the fun to you decorating. Love those little grandkids, and come back and let me know what 10 pound snicker fluff is?

simply bev said...

I love your tablescape! The old wood, the grains...simple and perfect for the season. Very nice!

Margaret Adamson said...

HI Lynn I love the sheaf of ceral ties up. We have a lot to be thankfull for including out daily food. Havea good est and look forward you coming back refreshed.

Kim said...

I just love this board, Lynne. There is something very rustic, yet elegant about it! I am glad I found the post! Thanks so much for sharing it with me! :) Off to pin!