I am so thankful for my husband who makes me proud of the man and Army Officer that he is. He is romantic, supportive, giving, and thoughtful. He makes me a better person, always makes me laugh, loves me and our fur baby Holly unconditionally. He always encourages me to excel at all of my crafts and this year I have been very busy with testing patterns, sewing things for him, Holly, family and friends. I am also knitting him a sweater (my first) and a cabled cape for myself (my first). He has been very busy too with excelling at his guitar and bass and being an amazing singer/songwriter. Did I mention he can paint too??!!
Things will be a little bit different over here in Germany. I will be watching the parade at 3:00 pm (Germany time) at 9:00 am (EST). We won't be with family and friends back home. We won't be spending it together either. He is currently TDY (Temporary Duty) in another country and won't be back until after Thanksgiving. It will be difficult, but, Holly and I will make the best of it.
|First Santa float in the Macy's Parade, 1924.|
I want to wish all of our troops serving our Country and their families a very Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you for keeping Americans and our country safe.
This picture below says it all and I know all my other HH6's (Household 6's = Army Wife) knows this feeling. Please remember all the Soldiers and Military Families this holiday season.Thank you for standing by your Soldiers side and support what they do. Please keep them in your thoughts every day.
I am thankful for my family and friends back home who have been so supportive about this assignment overseas. You have been so supportive and our rocks when we needed it...especially when we miss back home.
Also, thank you to all my blogging friends out there, old and new, who have been supportive since I started blogging 5 years ago this past October. You have all been so kind with your encouraging words, funny comments and making me a better blogger.I have really enjoyed reading your blogs, learning from and getting to know you.
From my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving. May your day be filled with family, friends, food, and fun!!!
Have a wonderful day!!
Note: I usually have a scheduled post for Thanksgiving Day, but, I just wanted to get this out there a little bit earlier this year.