Thankful for a Seagull

A lone seagull at Bolivar

A lone seagull at Bolivar

On this wonderful Thanksgiving Day, most of us have turkeys in mind when we think of birds, not seagulls.  So, what does this unassuming little seagull have to do with Thanksgiving?

There is a story that goes along with this gull sighting, and it is a story that I want to share here sometime.  I will just say for now that I am thankful for this little bird that almost made me cry crocodile tears when I saw it a few years ago.  This is far from my best bird photo, but it is one that is near and dear to my heart because of the circumstance where I saw this bird.

We will be enjoying another fabulous meal together with family at our home today, and I will most definitely give thanks for my many blessings once again.  I wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving, and I thank you for following me at Animal Wonder and My Five Fs.  I count my readers and new friends here among my blessings on this special day, too!

May your day be richly blessed!

NaBloPoMo November 2014

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One thought on “Thankful for a Seagull

  1. Reblogged this on My Five Fs and commented:

    Today, I count my dear readers among my many blessings. There is so much to be thankful for that it leaves me almost speechless this morning. Today, I will once again start a new year of gratitude tracking, and if you have never done this, list at least three things each day that you are grateful for, I highly recommend giving it a try! With gratitude for your friendship today! – D

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