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In a world of fall color: give thanks

Fall is one of my favorite time of the year because it brings comforting things—coffee every day, thick sweaters, warm boots, evening reading with a flickering candle beside, and a season of thankfulness.

What and who are you thankful for? What do you enjoy about the fall season? I’d love to hear your comments!


Next month, I’ve got two great post #giveaway for you that you won’t want to miss! #amreading and #amediting … For the authors AND readers in your life! Just in time for the season’s shopping and fall reading!

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Thankful Thursday

1940s SistersFood is good . . . except when it’s lacking salt and pepper.

People are like food. Yeah, food. I have a juicy, succulent Pink Girl (the best apple ever, though I’m biased). I want to be able to look at my friend and say, “Isn’t this good?”

People are important. I’m always saddened when I hear people say, “I don’t need anyone. I can do it myself,” or “I can survive by myself.” Like you, I need people. People encourage, correct, laugh, and weep with you.

No matter who comes into my life, I am thankful for the people who have come into my life. Writing friends, college friends, happy-go-lucky friends, and family (who are very good friends).