Only 10 days to go and we will be celebrating Thanksgiving Day. This day is different for everyone depending where your family is located and your traditions. I know it is one of my favorite holidays of the year.
One thing we all have in common is that we are incredibly blessed. I am issuing a challenge to all. Starting today and each day until Thanksgiving Day write a post about something you are thankful for. It can be big or it can be small. Oftentimes the smallest blessings give the biggest joys.
Voicing our blessings makes them come to life and gets us to focus on what is really important. So join in and share what blessings you have. Spread the word so we can all be blessed by reading your posts. Posting a link to your Thanksgiving posts below might persuade Bob Stewart to give a few extra points to those that participate. In fact, he is in and will bless you with an additional 100 points for each post of Thanksgiving you do (one per day only) through Thanksgiving Day. Now come on, share what you are thankful for.
To get your extra points post a link to your posts below so you can be counted in for the bonus points otherwise we won't have anyway to track it. You can post all of the links in one comment or in multiple comments, whichever is easiest for you. The tally will be taken at the end of Black Friday so you have time to get your links entered in the challenge. Regardless of extra points, this is something that will bless you and others.
*I am thankful for this community. I have met so many people and made so many friends. Some are virtual friends but they are very real. I am thankful to be able to use this medium to promote and grow my business and all the wonderful posts I read that teach me, inspire me and mold me to be a better agent.*
The ActiveRain Contests are fun and give some direction and topic choices to our posts. I am entering this photo in the Real Estate- Miscellaneous category. This is some of the prettiest landscape for a front yard I have seen. The home behind the trees is one of Clarksville's historic homes and owned by a family that has farmed the area for many years.