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Thanksgiving Season

It's bittersweet that our traditions have started changing. I miss my mother-in-law, who always had Thanksgiving when she was alive. She, along with my Nannie & Papa celebrated in style in heaven!
The last several years we've traveled to be with my son & his wife & family.  We weren't able to go this year.
God had a different plan.
For the first time ever-my brother hosted Thanksgiving.  It was nice to drive up in the North Carolina mountain to Low Gap and see what my brother has done with one of the mountains. Cut down trees and cleared a space for his home.  The view is breathtaking!  Celebrating with him & my talented sister-in-law was so nice. My Mom & Dad rode with us. The weather was perfect. It was a great day.

I don't know what next year will hold, but I'm listening & waiting in excitement to see what God will do!

I do want to thank my Heavenly Father for Kathy Craig and the life she lived. She will be greatly missed.
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