As we stop to give thanks to God for our many blessings this year, we here at Ao4 Headquarters never forget to give thanks for the men and women who serve our nation in uniform.
For our international readers, we encourage you to click here to learn the history and true meaning of Thanksgiving.
Have a happy Thanksgiving!
The Army of Four
Excellent post, guys!ReplyDelete
We're off to click on your links!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
We definitely give thanks to the men and women who serve our nation in uniform and for all that they do for us. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!ReplyDelete
Happy Thankies Day once more!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the link it sure is an interesting read.
- Fudgie, Princess, Frappie, Mocha, Sugar, Scrappy & Bullet
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you at the A04! We join you in giving thanks to the men and women serving our wonderful country!ReplyDelete
Great post, reminding us to remember those in uniform.ReplyDelete
Bless you all today! I send hugs and snooter-kisses to the Ao4. Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
great post! that food looks yummy too!ReplyDelete
Yes! Really nice post!ReplyDelete
Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Sierra Rose and mom
Happy Thanksgiving you guys!ReplyDelete
Holly & Zac
Happy Thanksgiving to You All.ReplyDelete
From us in Bonnie Scotland.
Hands Across The Oceans, Paws Across The Sea.
Marvin, Jeannie and family xxxxxx
Happy Thanksgiving Smileys!!
Dory, Bilbo, Beth and Ed
Excellent post and a very Happy Thanksgiving to you too.ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving - although we don't have Thanksgiving in the UK we do rather like the sound of it and will click on your links.ReplyDelete
We are thankful to have you as our friends.
Martha & Bailey xxx
We went to read from your link and found it very interesting. Allthough we dont have Thanksgiving here in the UK we should I think to give thanks for all the good things we have, and how lucky we are to have them.. Hope you enjoyed your day.. LOve Carol and GJ xReplyDelete
Happy thanksgiving to the whole family!ReplyDelete
Great great great post sweet friends!!!!ReplyDelete
and thanks a lot for the link...it's been a very very interesting reading...
Happy happy happy Thanksgiving to you super special friends!!!!
We're thankful to have you in our life....to have your special friendship....to have your love a little for us too....to have such a precious friends....you made our day each time we read your blog and saw your lovely faces!!!!
WE LOVE YOUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!
HAve a great day with all your family!!!!
Tons of love and kisses!!!!
Very nice post! Great way to commemorate those serving their nation on this day!ReplyDelete
A very Happy Thanksgiving from an English Shepherd in England.ReplyDelete
& the boss :-)
Happy Thanksgiving to woo too!ReplyDelete
And we hope our servicemen had a safe Thanksgiving too!
Thank woo fur remembering dem.
We have read the origin of Thanksgiving before and we know how important it is!
Kisses and hugs
Happy Thanksgiving...remembering those military humans too.ReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
Thank you for the pictures, they're priceless! From what I hear, the folks in the Afghani mountains had some excellent chow today, and went back for seconds! Then, some went back to work, and some went for some well-deserved rack time. Bless'em all!ReplyDelete
Seeing those pictures puts a lot in perspective. We are so lucky to be living in this country and able to enjoy a festive holiday like Thanksgiving...ReplyDelete
We also thank God for our great country and the wonderful men and women who work so hard to protect us. We hope you had a veru HappyReplyDelete
Thank you for remembering our brave soldiers who are so far from home.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful Thanksgiving post! We are all so lucky to have the brave men and women who serve our country!ReplyDelete
We hope you had a great Thanksgiving!! We are thankful everyday for those people protecting us!ReplyDelete
We thank God for those who keep us free. Thanks for reminding us not to forget them in our busy lives. They are so important to the lives we are able to live.ReplyDelete
Being a South African I didn't know the origin of Thanksgiving but having read your post and followed the link I understand the significance behind it. Thanks for this explanation and, if it's not too late, Happy Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete