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November 21, 2006

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Erin

I too grapple with this. I heard this song a long while ago and it has always helped me.

A Place In The World by Mary Chapin Carpenter

Marilyn

Happy Thanksgiving, Swirly! And thanks for this photo of those beautiful leaves in our old town...Fall was always one of my favorite seasons in PDX.

melissa

Happy Thanksgiving honey! While I may be living in the moment, I can't wait to see you in a week! Have a great holiday and eat & drink way too much! xoxoxo

Kerstin

So profound as only you can express it, Christine. I haven't been leaving many comments but I am still reading you, and still loving your musings, insights and ways with words. You were one of my first - and best - finds in the blogging world and even though we never met in person, I am grateful for you and your blog. Wishing you a wonderful and happy Thanksgiving.

kelly

hey chickie...happy jive day, you turkey!
hope you have a great time tomorrow. remember to kick the dogs off and relax too.

fyi...i have been painting the last two days. i missed the brush in my hands!

take care!
k

la vie en rose

i love this photo. i recently returned from seattle and i was blown away by the leaves. i couldn't stop photographying them. i was a woman obsessed. west texas doesn't have anything like it.

Jamie

What a beautiful picture. And what a great reminder that we're allowed to just be. That this breath is a gift that's ours to enjoy and have, free of charge. That feels yummy and peaceful.

I'm finding myself in such a similar mood. Somehow I feel the rest of 2006 is about enjoying and getting my house in order for the wonder of 2007.

Alexandra

Crunchy or soggy Portland fall leaves-I will take them all. I just scooped up the last ones of the season and threw them away but it wasn't easy! I wish I could be in the season's moment more and enjoy the bare branches of the winter trees but I struggle with that apparently! I am wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving that brings a very content tummy, warm company, and much love.xoxo

homa

Act as if the future of the universe depends on what you do,
while laughing at yourself for thinking that your actions make any difference.
--Buddhist Advice

You don’t create your mission in life. You detect it.
--Victor Frankel

(I love Dr. Frankel quotes about life)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man's_Search_for_Meaning

homa

Act as if the future of the universe depends on what you do,
while laughing at yourself for thinking that your actions make any difference.
--Buddhist Advice

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