Letters from a Hill Farm
Nan, I hope you and your family have a great holiday season this year. I'm sure you're cooking up a wonderful Thanksgiving feast.
Ron, thank you and wish a wonderful day to you as well. Not cooking a feast at all. I'll probably do a blog entry on it. :<)
Nan, A very happy days of thanks to you and yours.No feast? Ours is small-scale, a family sized feast, but it reminds me of our many blessings. I wrote a post about it earlier today; I'm looking forward to reading what you have to say about thanksgiving and why you're not cooking a feast.warm regards,Aisling
Sweet voice from the past! Thanks for finding this again for us. I wonder if Susan Boyle might sing this song.
Yet again a beautiful header photo.
Thank you, Scriptor. This morning is quite the same. I love mist and fog. My Irish friend says I have an Irish soul. (which could of course also be English and Scottish and Welsh!)Aisling, thank you, and the same to you!Mary Lois, I just heard this song for the first time yesterday, and was so struck by the words. The version I heard was by Bobby Troup. Billie H. did it, as well as many others.
Thank you! Listening to this tonight brought tears to my eyes...Have a very happy Thanksgiving.
K, it really is that kind of song. I found it very moving. Thank you!
Happy Thanksgiving Nan.
Thanks, Lisa, and I hope you had a lovely day.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! I'm so grateful for your notes.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.