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Give one thing more, - a grateful heart; Not thankful when it pleaseth me, As if Thy blessings had spare days, But such a heart whose pulse may be Thy praise.
Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday around here. It is a day in which our hearts, are given a chance to rest, enjoy the full company of those we most love, and reflect on a full year of such abundant pleasures and happinesses that we almost cannot believe it.
This year we spent our day being especially thankful for:
Family gathered together from near and far
to celebrate with food in abundance.
Two beautiful, healthy, thriving boys,
and amiraclethat is at once so small and so great
that my heart skips a beat every time I consider my gratitude
for it in particular:
who, G-d willing, we're expecting to meet (in person) in April.
This year, we're not only giving thanks for the miracles in our lives,