Friday, November 8, 2013

30 Days of Thankful ~ Week One





A few notes:

I'm participating in Cathy Zielske's "30 Days of Thankful" during the month of November, and Fridays are the link-up day. So during November, I'll be using Fridays for posting the pages I've completed. {Cathy's templates were used for my photos today.}

Doug has been away on a hunting trip since October 31st, but he's coming home today (YAY! Thankful!) so don't think I'm ignoring him in the mix of people and things that I am oh so thankful for.

And I'll end my "30 Days of Thankful" posts with a Quote for Friday:

"We can only be said to be alive in those moments
when our hearts are conscious of our treasures."
~ Thornton Wilder

20 comments:

dawn said...

Hello Deb, what beautiful pictures and words you have shared this first week. I have a dog named Lucky too and love her more then ever, never wanted a dog but can't imagine life without her.
Your view is amazing, watching sunsets/rises is my favorite.
I love the flowers and idea of arranging them. I'm not good with flowers but I do make mandalas with mine and share them each Monday.
Thanks for sharing what your thankful for this week. I love November and sharing our thanks this month.

Carrie Rosalind said...

It's looking great so far! When are you going to start using your other fall downloads?

Becky said...

Beautiful photos and words to go with them xx

Sinead said...

This is wonderful Deb, what a great project to embark on and I love the pictures and words you have chosen :D That sunset photo is so stunning. Thank you for sharing, and looking forward to seeing more of this project xx

Susi said...

Looks great! I'm doing 30 Days of Thankful also but I've yet to work on the documents in PSE.

Julie said...

Ah, Arizona....how beautiful a place.
Your pages are very pretty and meaningful.
Totally going to use that saying....thank you for sharing.

Cheri said...

Your pages are lovely Deb. I hope Doug had a successful hunting trip and that the two of you will have a fantastic weekend catching up!

Teresa said...

Your photos are really wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

Audrey said...

Oh Deb, that is so beautiful and very inspirational. It made me feel all soft inside!!! Hee hee. I need to work on my own however many days of thankful. I know I don't have time to do 30 but I need to do at least a few!!! Beautiful, beautiful post. Thank you for sharing!!!! Hope you have a lovely weekend and nice reunion with Doug!!! XOXO

Karen said...

Beautiful pages, and truly wonderful journaling!

cathy said...

Your pages look awesome. Thanks for posting your link!

Jo said...

Such lovely things to be thankful for and you definitely deserve them all x

Ginger said...

Hi Deb! This is awesome! Looks like these templates will work well for this project. I enjoyed reading the descriptions for each photo ��

Missus Wookie said...

What a lovely collection of images and gratitudes.

Lisa-Jane said...

This is such a beautiful post! I've been catching up on your blog and loving the taco salad recipe and the egg boat recipe too - genius! Now I'm hungry... ;-)

alexa said...

Not just a delight for the eyes, but for the heart also :). And I am looking forward to the Friday collection this week. Didn't know you were moving homes ...

Katie from Katie's Nesting Spot said...

What a wonderful start to you Thankful project! You captured the beauty of the southwest very nicely. We lived in Santa Fe for two years and I do miss it this time of year, when it gets so cold here in MI.

Beth Soler said...

What wonderful layouts. I really enjoyed reading your journaling prompts and seeing your wonderful pictures. I like that you moved the journaling to the sides of the photos.

Miriam said...

What a wonderful post Deb, I really love all your cards, it will be a beautiful book when it's finished. The quote is one of my favourites and one that I have on my list to go onto my blog.

Gail said...

What a beautiful post Deb. You've made a great start on your 30 Days of Thankful book.

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