Sometimes I start to feel bad for Halloween when all the Christmas stuff is making it's way out into the stores. But, let's be honest, Thanksgiving is the holiday that really gets left out. Normally I try to decorate for Thanksgiving so that "it" doesn't feel bad. This year is different.
I can't stop thinking about Christmas decorations, parties, presents, food, and new traditions. What's changed in me? Maybe the man finally got to me. We even paid someone to put Christmas lights on our house already (this is the first time ever).
Thanksgiving is ten days away.
In all fairness to the Day of Thanks, I will not set up any Christmas decorations until twenty-four hours after it's fulfilled it's purpose. Maybe I need to bring things back to reality and ponder on all that I am grateful for. Actually, I think I was save the pondering for the actual Day of Thanks, so I have something to do other than stuff my face with food.
Here is a pin that is inspiring me this holiday season.
p.s. I really do love Thanksgiving, and think's a great time to reflect on life's blessing.