Posts Tagged ‘thanksgiving’
Celebrating “Thanksnukah” With Our Family!
Thanksgiving Celebration Jordan and I are delighted that we can host our traditional family Thanksgiving celebration in our home, this year! Chanukah Celebration This year Chanukah begins on Sunday, November 28 and ends in the evening of Monday, December 6. A “Thanksnukah” Celebration Since both holiday are so close together we have decided to double…Read more
Word Wednesday – “Trivet”
Word Wednesday • “Trivet” is my word for WordWednesday Definition • Noun: A small metal, wood, porcelain plate that can flat or have short legs to put under a hot kettle, pot, platter, or dish to protect a (dining) table. It also can be a three-footed or three-legged stand or support made of iron to place over…Read more
A Poem of Thankfulness for Thanksgiving and Every Day!
A Poem of Thankfulness Many years ago, my yoga teacher, Erinn Green, read this beautiful and inspiring poem at the end of class. I have it pasted on the mirror in our master bathroom to remind me to be thankful and grateful, even when my Blue Heart is breaking. I hope you will enjoy…Read more
Tips to Decrease Conflict & Increase Harmony During Holiday Celebrations!
Thanksgiving begins the holiday season in the United States. This time of year also increases holiday stress in individual’s professional and personal lives, in countries around the world. You can enjoy all your holiday celebrations with less anxiety and more compatibility if you understand the Brain Colors of your family members, co-workers, friends, clients, and…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
Thanksgiving, Anniversary & Birthday Celebrations!
My Blue Brain is most thankful and delighted about sharing all the 3 grand celebration with our family this week! 1. Thanksgiving Celebration: Jordan and an I have been hosting our family Thanksgiving Day celebrations for for over 35 years! 2. Anniversary Celebration: Jordan and I will celebrate 48th Anniversary of our “first fix-up date”.…Read more
My Mother’s Message About Diabetes
The Thanksgiving holiday is a bittersweet time for me. I celebrated the 47th anniversary of meeting my husband, Jordan, and the following day I acknowledged the 26th anniversary of our son, Joshua being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. When I redesigned my new website, I made sure there was a section about “Diabetes” that would offered visitors educational and inspirational experiences. One of the sections…Read more
Thanksgiving Day Poetry, Prayer and Greeting
I was looking for an illustration for today’s post and was surprised to find the following Thanksgiving Day poem by Edgar A. Guest, who is one of my favorite poets. Give me the end of the year an’ its fun, When most of the plannin’ an’ toilin’ is done; Bring all the wanderers home to the nest, Let me sit…Read more
Sheila Glazov’s November BrainBuzz
On Tuesday, I sent out my November BrainBuzz Newsletter. If you missed your copy, click Sheila Glazov’s November BrainBuzz to read about: What’s New: Announcements about my books, how to “Like” my newly redesigned Facebook Fan Page, and information about subscribing to this Blog, if you are not a regular subscriber. A Time of Thanksgiving: Thanksgiving celebrations, traditions and a secret about my husband and I…Read more