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All of Us Stars

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“We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle…” (Marilyn Monroe)

Wearing polka dot rain boots, sheltered by a red umbrella, I sat with morning on an antique park bench, talking over coffee. And I couldn’t help thinking, as he spoke that …maybe… if we tried, we could all add a little more sparkle to the world ~ so our beloved stars wouldn’t have to work so hard.

Have a glittery, sparkly and unforgettably beautiful Thanksgiving!

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  1. I’m sitting by a warm fire in my fireplace, waiting for the last of our family holiday travelers to arrive (my son from NYC) and the first post I pull up is yours. Just made me smile and smile. Happy Thanksgiving to you and all you hold dear, West! Sending hugs from me to you.

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    • I’m eaten up with jealously… sitting by a warm fire~ how positively delicious! (I’m pulling my polka dot boots back on to run out into the cold, wet rain) 😀

      I hope you also have a wonderful holiday full of love, cheer and happy, smiling faces. Sending fireside hugs to you as well! xo

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  2. You certainly set the example by adding your own sparkle to this world and letting us grateful admirers share it. I hope your holiday back there is a lovely one. I certainly miss Thanksgiving more than any other holiday but “we makes our choices” as some cartoon character, I think, once said. Have an extra piece of pie for all us expats everywhere.

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    • Thank you! ♡ I would miss Thxgvng terribly if I lived abroad~ I will certainly be thinking of everyone who is away from home, say a little prayer that we all stay safe …and eat a small piece of pumpkin pie for everyone who missed out ~ have a wonderful far-from-home Thanksgiving wherever you are 😉

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      • Well there as no turkey where I am in Turkey but I had grilled lamb chops and the usual assorted dishes that go along with meals here: grilled tomatoes, onions, pepper, rice, salad, tomato based dip, fresh bread. It wasn’t exactly what I would have had back among family in NY but it sufficed. And I’m sure you had a traditional meal there. That pumpkin pie should tasted fine.

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Wendy Stutzman, west517, west 517

Full time graphic designer, part time photographer, free time blogger- chasing the light and writing about some of my favorite things. Seeing life inspires me.

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