Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone
No time for poetry today, dear family and friends. Things are slowly
beginning to fall into place but, to be truthful, I'm still not ready to leave.
My youngest son, Jeremy, has been coming over daily, after work, to
help me, giving me grief, in a loving way, about the need for haste and
warning me that my storage space is nearly full. He thinks I need to
discard everything I have left ( impossible ).
December 1st is my departure day for India and I wonder if I'm going
to have to postpone it again. If I do, I won't get any flights over the
holiday season, I know. I won't be doing any Thanksgiving day feasting,
though I've had several kind invitations.
While you are with family and friends today, offer a little prayer
that I do get finished and out of here and on my way to India.
Once again, please bear with me. I haven't responded to all your kind
comments or read blogs which distresses me greatly. I promise to
catch up once I get settled in India and get internet access. I love you
all and wish you joy and happiness. You all are one of my "thanks"
on this special day. I am especially thankful to my friends and family
and I am thankful to be an American, even in this time of stress for
My biggest thanks this season are to my youngest son, Jeremy, for all
he has done to help me get moved and on my way to India. He has worked
long days and nights and I appreciate it more than I can say.