Over the River and Through the Woods

As I was doing a bit of grocery shopping and later mixing up our dressing stuffing to others , I was thinking about our many Thanksgivings spent at grandma’s house.  Everyone was always welcome, the more the merrier.  Plenty of hugs and food and love to go around.

It seems my grandma was not alone in making a person feel like they were the most important one in the room.  Enjoy this post about another dear lady.  I guarantee it’ll make you homesick.  It sure did me.  Over the River…Down the Block

There is much to be thankful for today and everyday.  I am grateful for each of you…blessings.

♥Happy Thanksgiving ♥  paula ~

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16 Responses to Grandma

  1. timkeen40 says:

    I lived a mere half mile walk through cow-filled farm to where my grandparents lived. I made that walk many times by myself and ended up in my grandfather’s recliner before Sunday dinner, prepared by my grandmother every Sunday of my life until she was no longer able. Then there was Thanksgiving and Christmas. I remember them all so well. Now that they are gone, I could be sad, but I am not. I just remember.

    Thanks for reminding me. Happy Thanksgiving.


  2. Happy Thanksgiving Paula…enjoy the day and know how grateful I am to call you friend!
    And as you already know, it’s stuffing to this CA girl!! xoxo

  3. It seems there are more than a few of us remembering our grandparents tonight. Isn’t that something! I miss mine all the time, but somehow Thanksgiving holds some particularly special memories. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Paula. Debra

  4. Paula, I wish you joy and love and blessings. Happy Thanksgiving, new friend,

  5. thoughtsfromanamericanwoman says:

    We never had the “family” traditional Thanksgiving, my grandmother was also on the go and visiting relatives near and far and our family was a military family, so we adopted our own traditions. So I always loved this song although I there was no going through the woods to grandma’s house, I never knew quite where she was!! In our case it would have been In a plane and over the skies we go!! LOL Thanksgiving Blessings.

  6. adinparadise says:

    What a wonderful post, Paula. That Grandma sounds really wonderful. What memories. 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

  7. Alastair says:

    Thanks for following my blog 🙂

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