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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!

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  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.

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

      Thanks. :-)

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

    Sylvia
    www.writinginwonderland.blogspot.com

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

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

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

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

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

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