I have always enjoyed vintage Thanksgiving postcards featuring beautiful Indian maidens--usually there's a turkey, corn, pumpkins and such included. Since I have a few drops of Native American blood in my veins, I think these postcards are especially charming. When the settlers arrived in the New World, the Indians helped them make it through the harsh winter. I often wonder what it would have been like to see the land as the settlers saw it upon landing. What a wild and beautiful place it must have been.
There are so many things for which to be thankful. This was our first Thanksgiving without Daddy. Though we all missed him, we had a beautiful time together as a family. I thank you for your prayers for us--you have all been so kind and dear. Daddy flew away to heaven last Saturday evening. He is with his beloved Savior now--safe, without struggle and out of pain.
God bless you all--and have a wonderful Thanksgiving Weekend.
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