Hi! Hope you had a great Halloween, and if you didn't, I hope you're photos make it look otherwise.
Have you rid of the droopy jack-o-lanterns yet? I just did and it felt quite wonderful!
Anywho, I suppose with Halloween done and over, we have arrived at the time where we talk about how there are less than two months before 2014. Yes, you heard correctly.
I don't know about you but I find I still write 2012 on checks and such, which it turns out is a really good way to put off a draw on your accounts, and also makes check receivers quite annoyed when the bank teller informs them that their check hasn't been valid for almost a year.
Okay, back on track.
So, I've noticed that in this cyber-social world of ours, the entire month of November has become a Thanksgiving extravaganza. Mind you, this is not at all a bad thing, quite the opposite.
Thankful sharing, liking and commenting abounds and every year it seems more so. There is probably a public Pinterest board on this very topic.
And so I've been thinking about how I fit into this because I've never made thinking about what I'm thankful for a daily meditation, but it seems like maybe I should.
Everyday of November, I'm reminded of how good and kind and thankful people are. I'm also reminded of the horror that is man facial hair gone wild, in the name of man-parts cancer awareness.
Whenever I see a Facebook post of thanks I feel like I should have something thoughtful, or thankful, to comment, but what my response adds up to is 'ya, me too' or 'ditto'.
And so, since we are now in Thanksember, I want to see what y'all are thankful for, because whatever you are thankful for, so am I.
p.s. I'm super thankful for Little Bellows and all you fab people out there reading my words and seeing the photos I get to cull for your eyes.
p.p.s. Congrats to the photographers featured.