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Thanksgiving and Thankfulness
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Thanksgiving and Thankfulness
Here we are on the eve of Thanksgiving.
Are you preparing the turkey, pies and the like
for tomorrow? Or are you planning to join
family for a meal and fellowship?

I put together the above picture last year
and although I don’t have a tree up yet,
it’s one of my favorites!

I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving
whether with family or celebrate alone.
May you enjoy the day, may your table
have plenty and may your peace be in

Just me at Simply Backwoods

Simply Backwoods

Let the Peace of Jesus Rule, Stay Focused 
and Keep Preparing One Step at a Time


  1. Avatar Cindy


    I once heard someone say “What if you woke up this morning and all you had is what you had thanked God for yesterday?”

    I pray for you, your animals, and your homestead. Nothing is ever going to be easy but I know God will provide strength, grace, and mercy.

    I hope you are well, I hope your doggo is still hanging in there.
    May God bless you & if you don’t post again before hand Merry Christmas.

    • Avatar Cindy

      Hi Jamie,
      I very much appreciate your focus on thankfulness.
      Being thankful daily and continually is so powerful and rewarding.
      I’m reminded how he provides everything His children need pertaining
      to life and living.
      Thank you for your prayers. Your right nothing is going to be easy but
      He does provide His strength, grace and mercy and that is huge.
      I said goodbye to Marie last Tuesday the 28th of November.
      I know she is at peace now, not suffering and is frolicking with Rusty
      and Dusty. Little Thor is doing really good without her here. I didn’t know
      how he’d do since they hung out together so much.
      I just started a post to share about saying goodbye to her
      and hope to finish it by this evening.
      I pray God’s rich blessings for you, your mom and your sweet little dog.
      No matter what goes on around us I hope you have the most awesome Christmas
      enjoying family and God’s blessings.
      You’ve been in my prayers continually. Distance may separate us but prayer
      has a way to bridge the gap.
      May your day be the very best!

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