Posts Tagged ‘blessings’
Taking Time to Reflect – A Happy, Healthy, and Peaceful New Year!
New Year – 5781 Rosh Hashanah begins the Jewish New Year. This year 5781 begins on the Friday at sundown. 10 days later the worldwide Jewish community will observe Kom Kippur, which is the Day of Atonement. These 10 days are considered the High Holidays or Days of Awe and a time to reflect on…Read more
Thankful for the “LIKES” on my Facebook Sheila Glazov Author Page!
I am thankful for everyone who contributed their “Like” to my Sheila Glazov Author Facebook Page! I was delighted with all the responses and “Likes.” More “Likes” would also be appreciated, if you missed my New Book blog post, last Tuesday. I had asked people to click on my Sheila Glazov Author Facebook Page link and “Like” my Facebook Author Page! I explained…Read more
Why is your perspective about thankfulness and gratitude different than other people’s? Read the Poem!
At this time of year, Americans take time to focus on what they are thankful and grateful for as we prepare and celebrate our National Thanksgiving Holiday. Germany, Japan, Canada, Grenada, Liberia, the Netherlands, and the Norfolk Islands are 7 countries that also enjoy a Thanksgiving celebration. As different cultures and countries celebrate Thanksgiving, each…Read more
The Blessing of a “Blind Date” 50 Years Ago on Thanksgiving!
It was 50 years ago, on Thanksgiving, that I went to a Chicago Blackhawks hockey game after our family Thanksgiving dinner with my friend, her fiancé , and a “Blind Date” they fixed me up with. 50 years later, I will be serving Thanksgiving dinner and enjoying holiday with my husband Jordan, my “Blind Date”, who…Read more