I shouldn’t need Thanksgiving to remind me to be grateful to you, someone who has given and taught me so much!
Dear Momma Earth,
I know, I know. I haven’t written to you in a while. And I’m so sorry I’m writing to you this week, when everyone is saying “thanks.” I shouldn’t need Thanksgiving to remind me to be grateful to you, someone who has given and taught me so much! I hope you’ll forgive me, and that these words will still earn a smile or two.
Momma E., from the bottom of my heart, thank you! I simply don’t deserve all of your gifts. First is your gracious hospitality. I feel so welcome every time I pay you a visit, and I know that your door is always open to me. Sitting next to your flowing streams and walking through your woods, I escape the busyness of my typical day. I treasure that tranquility more than I can express to you.
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