A True Thanksgiving

As most of you know this weekend was our Canadian Thanksgiving. So as usual we get together, have our traditional turkey and say our prayer of thanks. This year Thanksgiving ment a lot more to us as a family. The fact I once again had and survived cancer, then our daughter in law just the days before was hospitalized for internal bleeding. No one seemed to know what was happening. Our little grandson not knowing for sure why mommy was in hospital , somehow knew she was sick and he needed a lot of attention. She had every test available and they were inconclusive as to why she was bleeding but what was certain was there was NO cancer. Our prayers were answered and she was home with the rest of the family.

Thanksgiving was indeed a perfect day for being thankful.

God is indeed good,

 

15 Responses to “A True Thanksgiving”

  1. catnipoflife Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Chris. Did not know when you celebrated your Thanksgiving so this became quite educational. I do hope all continues to go well with your daughter-in-law. Many blessings to you across the miles!

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  2. nonfashionista Says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Chris! Best wishes for you and your daughter in law. I hope they find out what she has and that your grandson can hold her and hug all he wants very soon!

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  3. Claire Cappetta Says:

    A belated Happy Thanksgiving! … Though still trying to get used to it here.
    One year my husband bought the turkey… I cooked it, made gravy out of it, dished it out and everyone asked for lashings of gravy over their veggies.. Yes it was my first go at cooking Thanksgiving dinner and all was well until we tasted it… My husband had accidentally bought a Cajun one! Not water, milk, yogurt or even mango sauce could quench the fire! lol
    For those used to Cajun it would have been heaven! 🙂

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    • Chris Says:

      Sounds pretty good I like hot although I have never seem a cajuin turkey here in Canada. Happy holidays to your family as well

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  4. Yvonne Hertzberger Says:

    Thankfulness is often a choice of attitude. You have chosen one that makes your life more joyful. We had good news, too. Our daughter-in-law, who is expecting her first child, has a heart condition that a few years ago would have rendered her very high risk. But she has taken charge of her health in all the right ways. Last week her specialist told her he no longer considers her high risk. We are most thankful, too.

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  5. Ronnie Dauber Says:

    You and your family are BLESSED! (early morning typo above)

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  6. Ronnie Dauber Says:

    God is good, Chris. You and your family are blesses.

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