Cameron Highlands Tea Plantation, Malaysia

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Photo Hunt - Thankful

PhotoHunt theme: Thankful

There are countless things to be thankful for in our lifetime.

Each day is a blessing indeed and I'm so thankful to Goddess of Mercy for her abundant blessings that flow throughout my life.


I am thankful for the golden opportunity to conquer the majestic Great Wall of China with my hubby and it was just so marvelous.


I am thankful and fortunate for the food that we have because I believe not all people can eat three complete meals a day.


I'm thankful I have eyes to see such a beautiful world the Lord has created and the opportunity to see so many different people from all walks of life.



Have a great weekend and Happy Photo Hunting!

29 comments:

  1. Great collection of photos and reasons to be thankful!

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  2. All wonderful things to be thankful for. Your photos are just lovely. Thanks for sharing them with us.

    http://shinade.blogspot.com/2009/02/thankful.html

    Happy weekend,
    Jackie:-)

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  3. We have to be thankful to be alive.
    You and hubby travel a lot together. :)
    Happy weekend!

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  4. PastorMac's Ann & Jackie,
    Thank you.

    I'll visit your blog soon.

    Have a great weekend.:)

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  5. ECL,
    absolutely. I am thankful for all the blessings that we receive from God.

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  6. Thank you for sharing your great photos - I have always wanted to walk the Great Wall of China. Is it often that crowded or was that a special event? How long is the journey, how difficult. I enjoy following your blog and wish you well.

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  7. Great pictures :D I'm just thankful to be healthy and have a loving family :D

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  8. Loved the pictures!!!

    (OK, especially the one with the food, I confess). :-)

    My post is here. Have a great weekend!

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  9. Marlene Affeld,
    Hi! There are 3 sections of the great wall that are open to the public. The most famous stretch of the Wall is at Badaling. Access to the wall is much easier here and safer for tourists to climb to the place.

    the easiest route is by taking the 919 bus (green and white) from Deshengmen Long Distance Bus station. The bus ride takes approximately 1 hr 30mins to Badaling.

    happy weekend!

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  10. Nick,
    thank you and i agree. I couldn't be more thankful to be healthy and have such a wonderful family. :)

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  11. gabriel,
    yeah, i'm thankful for God's creativity in giving us simple, nourishing foods that are yummy. :D

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  12. Beautiful thoughts of which I always need to be reminded.

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  13. I'm grateful to you too for sharing! =)

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  14. hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....

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  15. how often do you travel? there are so much stuff we should be thankful for. i'm often thankful for the negative emotions as well, that's how we learn to appreciate the good ones even more. :)

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  16. Hola LR! Oh my those chilli crabs sure look tempting, now I feel like having fatty crab la tonight!!!!

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  17. I'm thankful blogs like yours are a window to the world for me. :D

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  18. Monica,
    yeah but nothing beats the thai food. :D

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  19. Hi Hapi,
    Hapi blogging! thanks for visiting.

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  20. levian,
    i travel for work and leisure at the same time. but sadly, as part of my co's cost cutting measures to tackle the economic downturn, i don't get to travel much anymore. :(

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  21. Mariuca,
    count me in. i love crabs of any kind.:)

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  22. JL,
    thanks for your kind words. that's so sweet of you. :)

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  23. traveling for work sounds so attractive! hopefully the economic take a turn for the better soon. :D

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  24. levian,
    it's alwiz interesting to experience diff kinds of cultures and taste exotic food. hope the economy will pick up soon.

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