Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Decoration Decorum

“How early do you start shopping/decorating for the holidays?” Shopping! How I miss the hustle and bustle of shopping centers decorated to the hilt and finding just the right gift for just the right person! I have been some distance … Continue reading

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Winter? Wonder.

What do I like the most about Winter? I DON’T like the cold anymore. I think ice storms make most of the trees, bushes and man-made structures look beautiful! Branches look as though they are encased in glass. A few … Continue reading

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Holidays

I sincerely hope that every one of our readers in the United States had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday. It is one day that anyone can, (and nearly everyone does), enjoy. No matter what their background or Creed, I have yet … Continue reading

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NaNo? No, No

The question of the week is: Did we engage in the National Novel Writing Month, (usually called “NaNo” or “NaNoWriMo”), which is a 50,000 word novel-writing challenge. Um…no… ARE YOU KIDDING? My first thought is, “Who the heck thought that … Continue reading

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National Not-Writing Month

This week’s topic focuses on a yearly writing challenge called National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo for short. The event is also called NaNo. People who sign up for this challenge strive to write a 50,000 word novel during the … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Leftovers

I hope everyone in the U.S. who reads us here had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We here at 4F, 1H are talking about Thanksgiving traditions this week , and since I am the Friday Fox, and so my post falls the … Continue reading

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But We’ve Always Done it THIS Way…

This week’s topic is Thanksgiving traditions. I looked up the word tradition because I wasn’t sure exactly what length of time a particular way of doing things had to exist before it became a tradition. Of course, none of my … Continue reading

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Movie-ing Thanksgiving

It’s our monthly “Free Week” here at 4F,1H. Next week’s topic is “Thanksgiving”, since we will celebrate it on this coming Thursday. However, since I am The Friday Fox, the topic then will be  moot. Few will be visiting here … Continue reading

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Gosh, I’m Thankful… for the Greatest Generation

Thanksgiving Day 2013 By Jeff Salter On this Thanksgiving Day, I have uncountable blessings to be grateful for, but one which takes center stage is living in this nation which affords freedom and so many blessings to so many. But … Continue reading

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What I’m Thankful For

                                           … About Writing                                                By Jeff Salter This week’s topic certainly narrows down the traditional list of things I’m truly thankful for (and that IS a long list, indeed).  You might think that focusing solely on the aspects of … Continue reading

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