Extending your Table

10 thoughts on “Extending your Table”

  1. You know Andie … in my travels through Blogland I got to meet many virtual people; who of course, are real people in real life!

    In the short time I have known you I got to admire and respect you.

    Thank you for your straight-talking Blog; and for teaching us to stop and think!

    We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in the UK. But I wish you and yours a blessed and happy time.

    God bless.

    1. Victor, that means so much to me. I very much like your blog. Your posts are a wonderful mix of wisdom and humor. Thank you for visiting mine…I look forward to more dialogue with you.

  2. Thank you for this gentle reminder. One of the hardest things for me during the holidays is to instill an awareness of the least of these in my boys hearts. We are so blessed–such abundance.

    Blessings to you, Andie, and happy holidays.

    1. I know exactly what you mean Laura. I’m sure that your boys will gain this awareness by listening and watching your wonderful example. We must keep talking to our children. Even though it doesn’t seem like this is true (especially with teens), but studies show that parental influence is still the stongest. Thanks for your comments.

  3. Hi Andie,

    Yes, we are to be thankful and remember those who aren’t as fortunate. Thanks for stopping by both of my blogs. And I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

    Blessings,
    Judy

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