“All that we behold is full of blessings.” William Wordsworth
May your November find you feasting on thanks from God’s harvest of blessings.
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2. I made these lemon-filled coconut cupcakes a few weeks ago so I can tell you they are good! I made a couple of adjustments (apple sauce replaced oil and I substituted almond milk for sour cream) but they were very tasty. You might consider adding blueberries & raspberries to the top of these to keep with the theme. Both go nicely with lemon.
3. In this post, Debbie shows how she incorporates the spirit of the day through her decor – This girl knows how to set a table!
4. Check out these fun activities to help introduce the meaning of the day to your kids.
5. Don’t forget 3pm – The National Moment of Remembrance designates 3pm on Memorial Day as a time for all Americans “To voluntarily and informally observe in their own way a Moment of remembrance and respect.”
What other ideas do you have? Please share in the comments, and have a blessed weekend!