This weekend before Thanksgiving, even more than usual, it would be so good to think of all the things in our lives we have to be grateful for.
This holiday season, so many people are struggling.
I know many families who don't even know how they are going to buy presents for their kids this coming Christmas.
It breaks my heart.
Childhood should be a happy time, carefree and filled with memory-making activities.
Kids should feel secure, loved, protected, nurtured and cherished.
Instead, so many little ones end up hearing their parents arguing with each other, seeing them struggling to put food on the table, to pay the bills and just survive.
If we have enough food to eat and sufficient money to pay the bills, those are things for which to be very grateful.
This weekend before Thanksgiving, let's think of the faces of little ones and, if possible, offer up a silent and heartfelt prayer for them.
DO YOU KNOW PEOPLE WHO ARE STRUGGLING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON?
And the winner is.... - I visited Amanda at a pop up shop she had at West Elm this past weekend... ... where she was selling her art prints, postcards, Christmas and Hanukkah card...
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