Thursday, November 27, 2008


The day started out wrapped in fog, but by late morning the scene above is what we enjoyed. Here in Greater Seattle it’s still Wednesday, but back home it’s tipped over into Thursday. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating in the United States. Best wishes for peace and prosperity to everyone around the globe.


dancingmorganmouse said...

Happy thanksgiving to you & Chuck.
This is a holiday I really wish we had down under.

Pink Granite said...

Hi DMM -
Well, you'll just have to start celebrating in sympathy with us. Sort of "World Peace Achieved via Thanksgiving Around the World" - or at least really good food shared!
- Lee

Anonymous said...

Hi Lee,

Best holiday wishes to you, Chuck, and 'Dad'.

Also,I'm tagging you to write a post on Eight Random Things About Yourself. Check it out:

"Guided by the Ancestors"

Papamoka said...

I hope your holiday went well Lee! We had a great time out by the Quabin with family.

I'm up late for the shopping madness the day after Thanksgiving. Why do we do this to ourselves? I am in charge of making coffee and making sure the Mom's of the house are up and out the door by three in the freakin morning? Then I get to sleep.

Sue said...

I haven't had a chance to check anyone's blogs this week. Work has been like a circus. Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving, I'm sure it will be a happy time. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving in SA, but I think it's a very meaningful holiday and one that must make you really sit and think about all the things that are so often over-looked, but that we have to be so very grateful for. Thinking of you all - please have a drink on us!! Can't wait for all your news!

Sue x

Pink Granite said...

Hi George -
Thanks for the holiday wishes and for the cool tag!
I may postpone until we return home, but I look forward to giving it a whirl!
- Lee

Hi Papamoka -
Oh my goodness! Ever since Chuck read your comment, he has been telling everyone about your devotion to all the ladies in your family! Hope you managed to get some good sleep and the bargains were plentiful!
- Lee

Hi Sue -
Thanks for the good wishes! We had a lot of fun and a lot of laughter over at Chuck's sister's house for Thanksgiving dinner. We also lifted a glass of sparkling cider in Dad's honor at his bedside earlier in the afternoon. You're right. We have so much to be grateful for.
- Lee