We thank thee, O Father, for all that is bright-- the gleam of the day and the stars of the night; The flowers of our youth, and the fruits of our prime, And blessings e'er marching the pathway of time.
We thank thee, O Father, for all this is drear-- The sob of the tempest -- the flow of the tear; For never in blindness, and never in vain, Thy mercy permitted a sorrow or pain.
We thank thee, O Father, for song and for feast-- The harvest that glowed, and the wealth that increased; For never a blessing encompassed thy child, But thou in thy mercy looked downward and smiled.
We thank thee, O Father for all! for the power Of aiding each other in life's darkest hour; The generous heart, and the bountiful hand, And all the soul-help that sad souls understand.
We thank thee, O Father--for days yet to be -- For hopes that our future will call us to thee: That all our eternity form, through thy love, One Thanksgiving Day in the mansions above.
**Copyright 1910 Every Where Publishing.
Yeah. My head didn't explode from all the number crunching. Done with submitting all paper work for both the Workers Comp audit, and SBA loan annual review. Now I can relax and enjoy our Thanksgiving holiday. We're having a quiet one to ourselves which means getting some honey do projects done.
And because life is to short to read books that just don't hold my interest, I'm giving up on Wise Woman. Too depressing. I'm in more of a fluff mode at the moment. Finished Darynda Jones second book in her Sunshine Vicram series with A Good Day for Chardonnay. Why oh why though is it going to take a full year for the next installment to release? Oh well.
Happy Dance.... Nora Roberts newest came in - Becoming, #2 in her Dragon Heart Legacy series. Absolutely love this word of wisdom when character talks about losing time –