Our Daily Thread 12-20-14

Good Morning!

5 Days!!!! 🙂

Today’s header photo is from Kare.

*It’s now Sunday the 21st, so I believe someone has a birthday today.

Happy Birthday Linda. 🙂


On this day in 1790 the first successful cotton mill in the United States began operating at Pawtucket, RI.

In 1860 South Carolina became the first state to secede from the American Union. 

In 1879 Thomas A. Edison privately demonstrated his incandescent light at Menlo Park, NJ. 

And in 1968 author John Steinbeck died at the age of 66.


Quote of the Day

Christmas, my child, is love in action. Every time we love, every time we give, it’s Christmas.”

Dale Evans


 This one is a request.

And this one is because I like it. From King’s College Choir


Anyone have a QoD?

5,804 thoughts on “Our Daily Thread 12-20-14

  1. hmmm…. wondering if this silly post might open up a new room???
    I picture us as being in a building that gets higher and higher, the view is amazing as we look from the Midwest, to Connecticut, to Idaho, and off to PNG.


  2. I do not normally, and did not this morning. But when I looked over and saw the moon, I raced in and grabbed my phone. Sadly, I don’ know how to send anything except by text.

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  3. My phone is not connected to the internet, so that limits it a bit. I have to send the pics to one of my adult children who then send it to me in my email, so I can then send it on to emails. My large computer is broken so I no longer use it at all, just this little chrome so I can’t put my game camera pics on here and send them. I suspect my husband has some sort of reader that can plug in here and add the pics but he is off truck driving. He should be back in a few days and will solve all my problems.


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