A ShutterBug Explores ~ Thankful Thursday

'Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. 

I'll meet you there.'

~ Rumi

  





The traditional 'Lobster Trap Tree' on Cape Ann MA

(built of lobster traps that lobster men use to catch lobsters)


What am I grateful for today:

~ for this wonderful tradition of a Christmas tree
~ the lights of Christmas 
~ for being able to walk by the Christmas tree lit on the boulevard 
~ for candle lights in our windows
~ for festive feeling of the holidays

~ for my family and friends

~ for my blog land friends and their support


We are sharing with:


Brian's Thankful Thursday




  • Prayers for the people of the Ukraine



    Ziggy ~ my new assistant 




    • Carol and her assistant

Comments

  1. I bet the lobsters are doing a happy dance for Christmas - no traps till New Years! LOL!

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  2. Heart warming thoughts, the lobster tree has a charming holiday vibe. This year is feeling more holiday than the last, even wearing a mask.

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  3. What a beautiful lobster trap tree. Love it and love your thankful list.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday, Carol. Love and hugs to you and Ziggy. ♥

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  4. I love the crab pot tree. This is the largest one I've seen.
    On the NC coast they are popular too. But not this tall. The normally just weave mini white lights in them. Hugs to you and Ziggy
    Cecilia

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  5. Oh that is a brilliant way to make a tree. Have a very nice day.

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  6. Wonderful thankfuls and Wonderful Lobster Trap Christmas tree- so very clever! Hugs to you and Ziggy

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  7. Those are really nice thankfuls and that is a cool tree. Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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