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Saturday, November 5, 2016

A New Day and Prayers for Our Country


A new day and a prayerful message to all Americans to cast your vote Tuesday. I steer clear of the controversy and submit to prayer. I trust God to lead us wherever we go.  I will accept the decision after this election is over and know only one thing for sure, God is in total control. Nick and my hubby and I cast our vote and feel like we did what we had to.
Beverly hosts Pink Saturday each week. I thought she might like to see my Precious Moment girl sitting on a pretty pink doily and honoring her mom with some tea! She is called  "Mom You Are My Special Tea". Sam Butcher is quite a talented artist and a wonderful Christian man. I have been collecting these little gems since 1983. I love tea so my tea time PM figurines are special to me.

This little girl even has a pink bow in her hair. She is a tiny figurine and I treasure her sweet little tea gift.
A friend was talking about the Halloween decorations she hated to take down as she loves the autumn and the theme with Halloween. I told her to exchange the Halloween things for some turkeys. You know the poor turkey, like the late comic Rodney Dangerfield, get no respect. I love Thanksgiving. It is a day to be grateful for all we have. This guy hangs on my front door. I am thinking of redoing the lettering in a different brighter color. Promote the turkey! Show him some respect!

I thought some humor was in order today! One of the grands, Devin told me, I never go out in public wearing sweatpants! He is a real character, I only go out in them before daylight as I rush the hubby to his bus, and yes, this is definitely me! I do love sweatshirts, the mornings have been downright cold!
Pink skies make me smile. Visit a Pinkie today.
This Scripture goes hand in hand with this comment:
Have a great weekend everyone! ENjoy and make some new memories and stay safe!

7 comments:

Sandee said...

I'll be voting on Tuesday and I've been praying for our country for a very long time. Washington D.C. is turned into a nightmare.

I'd rather wear flip flops, shorts and a t-shirt, but it's too cold.

Have a fabulous day my friend. ☺

Linda said...

A beautiful and inspiring post, dear Anne, very much needed. Hugs and love to you.

LV said...

I feel as tho I am there with you when I read your blogs. You write like you talk. Take care my friend.

Tami Von Zalez said...

I like decorating with turkeys and pilgrims! I'll have to highlight my tablescape later in the month.
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Edna B said...

Pogo and I went to town hall and voted a few days ago. What will be, will be. I just love your Maxine image. My broom spends most of its time sitting outside my door waiting to be needed. haha. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

Jeannie Marie said...

I voted early and prayerfully. As a widow, alone now I trust fully in the path God has set for me but know my country is at a crossroads.

Intense Guy said...

Prayer and crossed-fingers... these are very uncertain times.