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The magical surrealism of gratitude

I wish that everyday was treated as Thanksgiving. It surely would be nice to eat tons of food without a care and actually be giddy about it. 303 more words

Psychology

A Thanksgiving offering

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and I feel like today’s post should offer some profound insight into the nature of gratitude. But I’m not sure that I can do that with a blog post. 266 more words

Denise D. Young

THE PILGRIMS LAND AND BEGIN CLAIMING THEIR LAND

It’s time to relax a bit in my grandiose, spacious study and kick back with William Bradford and his book about the Pilgrims. I tried to get a selfie with my study in the background. 377 more words

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A Final Bloom Before the Cold

Monday Morning Musings:

“It was a happy thought to bring 
To the dark season’s frost and rime 
This painted memory of spring, 
This dream of summertime. 

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Poetry

Turning inward in the search for the creative spark

Perhaps it is that late autumn is a period for introspection, for turning inward, but I feel that I am starting to ask the right questions. 976 more words

Denise D. Young

THE HISTORY OF PLYMOUTH PLANTATION: HOW WILLIAM BRADFORD WANTED US TO READ HIS THANKSGIVING STORY

November 15, 2016

(Repeated from November 2015)

I live in West Texas—where we capitalize the W—and here it is November and seven weeks after the first day of fall. 449 more words

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