Rest, Contemplate and be Thankful

With Thanksgiving this Thursday in the United States it marks a time for me to reflect back on the year and really take in all those things that have blessed my life. We all have our stories, issues, setbacks and concerns, but for me I like to take the time to rest (mentally), contemplate and be thankful. That may be a brief second, a few minutes or a quiet place with a leisurely glass of wine. Whatever that place and time is, when I see this print, this is the type of place I think of. What could be more inviting then sitting in one of these Adirondack chairs, gazing out over a valley under a big old oak tree.

May your Holiday Season be filled with Peace and Joy, may you enjoy family and friends. For these things, I am most thankful.

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24 thoughts on “Rest, Contemplate and be Thankful

  1. reocochran

    This would be relaxing and bring a sense of calmness to you and whoever sits with you. . . A book is wonderful to start to reead and set it down to listen to the birds and breeze. Smiles!

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  2. Sue Slaght

    Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving from Canada Kirt. So much to be grateful for in our lives. These chairs and setting look like a fabulous place to sip a glass of wine and take stock of life.

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  3. gillmorris

    fabulous print Kirt. .I can just imagine myself sitting there with a glass of wine admiring the scenery. .it’s not your back yard is it? I hope you have a wonderful time with you family and friends ☺

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  4. Teagan R. Geneviene

    What a lovely, peaceful, quiet setting, Kirt. What bliss that would be!
    You are so right about the “mental” rest. It really is important. If a thousand thoughts compete for attention, it makes it hard to experience true gratitude. Just looking at this print helps quiet the mind. Well done. Hugs!

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