AUTUMN GRANDEUR & THANKFUL THURSDAY

by Janet Blue on November 5, 2020

Thankful Thursday

I am super thankful the Presidential election has concluded, even if we won’t know the results for a while. I am even more thankful I won’t have to listen to any more political advertisements. Having this contentious election combined with the pandemic has been almost more than I can tolerate.

I am thankful as well to be less than 48 hours from getting this humongous dressing off my foot and getting my stitches removed. My hope is for something smaller that will allow me to get into an orthopedic boot.

Of course, I remain thankful that Dad Tom and I remain virus free.

Kitties Blue and I are participating in the Thankful Thursday blog hop at Brian’s Home. If you’d like to join us, post on your blog for what you are thankful, then click on Brian’s badge to go to his blog and enter your link.

 

Thoroughly Poetic Thursday

Time for our weekly poem inspired by a photo provided by Teddy and Angel Sammy from Two Spoiled Cats.

 

THANKFUL

 

Autumn color was spectacular this year; though, I saw little of it due to my surgery. And after several recent windy days, most of the tress are now bare. So I found this photo particularly appealing.

 

Autumn Grandeur

 

The golden iridescence of fall
In its peace and beauty
beckons me to stop and reflect
before winter comes to call.

When autumn colors turn to grey
and brown announcing winter’s arrival,
I count the days until spring
When earth’s renewal begins again.

© Janet Buickerood Blue – 11/04/2020

If you’d like to try your paw at poetry, check out Teddy and Angel Sammy’s blog each Thursday for the inspiration photo for the following week. Make certain to read Sammy’s poem when you visit. Sammy transmits his poem to Teddy each week from theRainbow Bridge, and it is always a winner! To go to Two Spoiled Cats, click on the badge below.

 

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Eastside Cats November 5, 2020 at 8:53 pm

I almost fainted when I had stitches removed after my bunion surgery; made my sister go with me to hold my hand! That part was scarier than the surgeries themselves, to me.
Hope your stitches out goes much better than mine!

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Meezer'sMews&TerrieristicalWoofs November 5, 2020 at 4:54 pm

So glad you might be able to hobble around in one of those big shoes instead of that bulky cumbersome dressing.

And yes no matter the final outcome, we can all find other things to listen to now…like ads to sell things we don’t need, LOL!

Your poem is exquisite!

I am thankful for all the friends of blogville surrounding us now at our time of grief…and thankful too, that hubby came through surgery just fine and now we face the long road of recovery and rehab…so far so good!

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BellaDharma an LadyMew November 5, 2020 at 3:37 pm

Deerest Aunty Janet mee apawlogizess fore not gettin here sooner…LadyMew an mee up to our eyess with bloggiess an wee get sidetracked reedin so many bloggiess…
Wee both hope yore paw heelss soon an all will bee guud again!
Yore poe-em was deelitefull; yore a grate poe-etess!
**purrss** an POTP BellaDharma an <3 an ((huggiess)) LadyMew too!

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Ellen Pilch November 5, 2020 at 2:19 pm

Great poem. Glad you can get the stitches removed. XO

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Sandee November 5, 2020 at 9:49 am

I’m thankful for getting up this morning ready for another day.

I’m thankful for you and your kitties.

Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. ♥

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Timmy Tomcat November 5, 2020 at 9:28 am

That is really good news and we are thankful that it is so close to the “next step” in your healing. (Yeah Dad thinks he is funny) Great poem too

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The Florida Furkids November 5, 2020 at 8:59 am

Beautiful poem! We’re hoping you get a smaller dressing so you can get around better.

The Florida Furkids with paw pats and headbonks to Sawyer from Noelle

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Brian Frum November 5, 2020 at 8:30 am

That is a beautiful poem for that beautiful photo. I hope you get to move your foot around soon and get kicking again soon. Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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Memories of Eric and Flynn November 5, 2020 at 6:32 am

We had very little colour change this year and all the storms have taken most of the leaves. I hope you will be able to wear an orthopaedic boot. It does make life easier and is more comfortable.

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Teddy November 5, 2020 at 6:20 am

What a beautiful poem for what usually is a most beautiful season for us all. We did have beautiful and brilliant leaves but the high winds ripped them from their limbs and yesterday the landscapers blew them down into the woods. Now we’re thinking that we just can’t wait for SPRING and to see the leaves again! Thanks for pawticipating in poetry day with us.

Love, Teddy

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