Happy Monday again! It all begins and ends in your mind. What you give power, has power over you. – Anonymous Source: Pinterest Advertisements
I just had a 5-day weekend and must return to work today, which is too cruel. Here’s my simple thought for those suffering similar fate as I am: Keep calm and return to work. Source: Pinterest
I can’t believe it, Thanksgiving is nearly here!
For my blogging friends in the US, can you believe Thanksgiving is a little over a week away? Therefore, until then, I will be doing Thanksgiving thought of the day. Here is my thought on this Monday: Happiness cannot be traveled to, earned, worn, or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute…
I love this picture.
Thanksgiving 2017 began one-half day earlier for me than for most people because I took Wednesday afternoon off from work.
This picture basically sums up my Thanksgiving.
Every year, I celebrate Thanksgiving differently.
Keeping with this week’s theme from Daily Post of Experimental, here is another one of my long-exposures.
Somehow, I’m feeling more festive this year than I have in a long time.
So, today is Sunday, at least I think it is
This Thanksgiving has been quiet for the most part.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone in the U.S!
What are you grateful for in regard to: Your home life?
I hope everyone is enjoying your turkey and hopefully, I am as well by the time this post goes live. I have been invited by one of mom’s friends to her house for Thanksgiving meal this year. That’s why I’m writing this post early.
So full! I’ve just came back from a morning of Black Friday shopping and cleaning and a traditional Thanksgiving meal. This year has to be the first time I managed to get something from the Black Friday sale. I got two pairs of boots for formal wear. Finally! Yay! Anyway, we just got home from…
Auntie Ying, after all this time, I realized I never thanked you for all the things you’ve done for me during the past two months. You lightened my load a lot to the point that I am able to concentrate on my studying and not worry about chores.
I’ve had plenty of elaborate meal but none was more complicated to make than Thanksgiving Dinner 2006.