As our homes begin to fill with the precious voices of loved ones to share our Thanksgiving Day feast and its delicious aromas, we want to take a moment to thank our Gracious Posse for all of your warm words of support for our site. Each of you inspires us daily and especially when you make a comment, share one of our posts on Facebook or stop us at the store to tell us what you like about what we are doing. Your kind words and participation make us feel so blessed.
Just last week, we received a comment about The Gracious Posse that really sums up what we want this site to be for our readers,
I wanted to let you both know how much I love reading your blog every morning–you are an integral part of my morning routine of devotional/inspirational reading, journaling, and drinking my tea. It’s like waking up during a girl’s weekend–fun, creative, stimulating ideas from my friends, and I get to experience it every day, not just once every 6 months! You have both inspired me–in numerous ways.
We couldn’t ask for higher praise, especially coming from one of our much-admired Artists in Residence, Lisa Johnson.
As we continue on the posse journey, we hope you will let us know about the people, places and things that inspire you. We would love to share and celebrate them here on The Gracious Posse.
While this week is mostly about Thanksgiving and turkey, our consumer culture has also turned it into a festival of rampant shopping. We plan to celebrate Small Business Saturday with gusto, but sometimes you just can’t find locally what is on your kids’ Christmas lists. If you plan on doing on-line shopping with Amazon, you can help support The Gracious Posse at the same time. When you enter Amazon through The Gracious Posse Shoppe link
on the sidebar, then click on the
powered by amazon.com logo in the top right-hand corner, our site will receive a very small percentage of your purchases. Anything that we receive goes toward the cost of maintaining The Gracious Posse site. We would be most appreciative.
We will see you back on Monday with a list of things happening in December. If you have any events that you want to add, please let us know by clicking this
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With warmest wishes to our posse and your extended families for a truly thankful Thanksgiving and very happy bellies, we are
p.s. The culinary herb turkey in gravy boat consists of rosemary, lavender, mint, curly parsley, sage, squash and grape tomato. I have since found that a sundried tomato works better.