Happy Thanksgiving Everybody!



L. A. Marzulli

Let us give thanks, for the Lord is good.

As a nation, let us remember who it is that blesses us, and watches over us…

Let us remember Him, who prospers us.

Let us give thanks to Almighty God, El Elyon, for our freedom, our marriages, our loved ones, our children, grandchildren and those that we love.

Let us remember those who lay their lives down for us, to keep us free.

Let us give thanks, for the Lord is good and worthy to be praised.

Blessings and peace to all….


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  2. Lynn, Thank you for your wishes and blessings. Happy Thanksgiving to you, your family and your extended blog family.


  3. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

    Yesterday Rush Limbaugh did a nice review of the true history of Thanksgiving and, contrary to our current president, it wasn’t the Pilgrims giving thanks to the Indians. They gave thanks to God. He mentioned Washington’s 1789 Proclamation. Here’s a link to that: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/GW/gw004.html.

    “Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor– and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness….” (Our current courts would probably find this unConstitutional.)

  4. LA, just dropped by to remember you, your family and ministry on your American Thanksgiving. May you enjoy and be blessed on His day and all days.

    ‎3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ: (Eph 1:3 KJV)


    In His Name,

  5. Amen Happy Thanksgiving That must be a old picture of the Marzulli family. You hair Lynn was much shorter and darker.

  6. Thanksgiving memories:

    *Mom getting up at crack of dawn to start the turkey so it would be done by 1:00!
    *Dad wanting oysters in the “dressing”. (which I hate) Can’t pick them out, the nasty taste still there. Learning as an teenager that it was not a requirement.
    *The turkey inspection: Is it done yet?
    *The Great Pie Tragedy: Over burdened dessert table collapsing with THREE of the best pies ending upside down on the carpet. Sight of my Uncle scraping pie off carpet with putty knife to repair damage. (What can I say, we are a Swiss/German family, I have the hips to prove it!)
    *Getting out the GOOD dishes!
    *Gravy: Dad’s gravy, to extend to cover dried out turkey: every condiment in refrigerator dumped in pot. Strange color that year!
    *Cranberry: jelled or sauce?
    *Leftovers for a week! Stuffing and cranberry sandwich (Yummmm)
    *The KID’S TABLE!
    Football competing with the big parade.

    Today’s memory: Hubby just now burped and said “boy that was good dinner honey!”
    Hold fast to good memories. God Bless.

  7. Happy Thanksgiving All !!

    Psalm 100:4
    Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name.

  8. Blessed Thanksgiving!

    Kids did a reenactment for dinner guests. They were the Indians (w/teepee) – one leading the other on pony back & we were the pilgrims. I had to gather berries & D.H. was the game hunter. (All directed by a 6 yr old.)

  9. Happy Thanksgiving, Im still alive after Mom’s Pumpkin pie. Bless her heart she is 85 yrs old and “forgot” to put sugar in the recipe. After eating two pieces (not wanting to hurt her feelings) Im still here to talk about it,,God is indeed good. :)

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