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Thanks & Giving – Part 2

Thanks & Giving – Part 2

I loved helping to set the table and make a centerpiece from the fall leaves, acorns, pinecones and holly that were on our property. I was blessed to have a BIG family. It would require us to go around the house and find every chair we had so we would have enough seating around our expanding table. Over time the faces at the table grew to add husbands, wives, grandchildren and new friends. There were also the empty seats of loved ones no longer with us.

This is a time to give thanks for all the love we have shared trough the years. A time for us to give and receive that love. I count my blessings every single day! I had a wonderful family as a girl growing up and now I have my own precious little family with Jeff, my husband of 24 years, and our son Joe, our dog. Every day is a gift and I am humbled by God’s grace. I pray that all of you have a very special Thanksgiving. I pray you have dear ones to share this day with. Take time to slow down, reflect and choose to see all that is good in your life and in this country and our world.

As Louie Armstrong sang…”I think to myself, what a wonderful world”…

Love,

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All You Need Is LOVE – Part 1

All You Need Is LOVE – Part 1

Several months ago my husband Jeff and I purchased tickets to go see Ringo and His All Star Band at The Smith Center here in Las Vegas on November 13th. We had been looking forward to seeing a “Beatle” (we saw Paul a few years ago…EPIC) but with the election and the aftershocks of the results we almost forgot we had these tickets. Thanks to Siri and her calendar reminder we didn’t miss this great show! It was just what the doctor ordered.  2,000 people gathered in joy, love and peace. YES!!! Ringo bounced out on stage with his big heart and joyful presence and somehow everything felt better.

The Beatles rescued us in the 1960’s when our country was shattered by the assignations of John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King! The evening news reported race riots, marches, protests; shootings at Kent State and Berkley and young men just a few years older than me were going off to fight a controversial war in Vietnam.  I will never forget that night, February 9, 1964. I was sitting on the living room floor of my parent’s home in front of our TV set waiting for Ed Sullivan to introduce four lads from Liverpool. “Ladies and gentlemen… THE BEATLES”