Today is very special for Americans. A day we stop to give thanks. I am thankful for this wonderful country I am privileged to live in, for my dear family and friends, my good health and this year I must add a few more. This year I am so very thankful for the gift of time my retirement has afforded me. Now I am able to share my time and talents in so many ways. I am also grateful for the friendships this blog has brought my way. What a generous, thoughtful, caring group of friends you have become. I am touched on a daily basis.
Today's top photo is what we call "Indian Corn" here. Who ever heard of Thanksgiving without some Indian corn hanging somewhere!!
Bottom photo: Thanksgiving is a shop in the Marais district of Paris. They have everything you could want to make your very own American Thanksgiving feast in Paris! The store had not opened when we strolled by, but I pressed my nose against the window and got a look inside. They have it all and even had boxes of fat orange yams!
What I'm nibbling this morning with my coffee: A leftover caramel macaron that i bought last Sunday! Well it's pretty yummy and reminds me of Paris. Anyone know if you can buy them in the US?
Bon appetit everyone !!!
Tune du Jour is "What A Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong!
Discover Louis Armstrong!