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A to Z of Thankful Me: T

A to Z Challenge, Day 20: T

T is for Thankful in Things great and small,    
Ten Things of Thankful

And for Temples, God’s houses with blessings for all.

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Thanks for the blessings of gratitude and temples.  

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  1. Dropping in from A to Z Challenge. Great post!

  2. So, it had to take me this long,hen I just read three of your posts in a row, that I realized this is a picture AND rhyming book. Nice. :)

    Every photo you have included this month has been beautiful.

    1. It's OK. April is a blogging whirlwind; it's hard to keep things straight.

      Thanks. :-)

  3. New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" challenge, and I look forward to visiting again!


    1. Thanks for stopping by! I'll go check out your blog now.

  4. True Thankfulness Therapy Time, This blog is for me. Taking Time Teaching me To Trust Tranquility, Tolerance, Tradition. Thank You.

  5. I hope you make this into a book! I've enjoyed it all.

    1. Christmas gift for the kids and grandkids this year. :-) Thank you.

  6. I'm going to be disappointed when your alphabet book is done. Volume 2?


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