Day 3613: Relish

I relish having another day to

  • blog,
  • work,
  • connect,
  • learn,
  • love, and
  • just be.

Here’s a definition of “relish” (for those who relish such things).

Here and now, I relish being alive and well 59 years after my unexpected heart surgery on the same day that President John F. Kennedy was killed. I definitely do not relish what happened on that day, but I’ve learned to relish many, many precious moments since.

Do you see relish in my images for today?

Today, on National Cranberry Relish Day, I shall do my best to relish every moment. I also relish the progress I’ve made over my 10 years of blogging (click here for the post I wrote on November 22, 2013).

Here’s what I find when I search YouTube for “relish.”

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I relish all who make my life better, including YOU!

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7 thoughts on “Day 3613: Relish

  1. One of my favorite words! Thank you for honoring it today 💕

  2. I relish each day, even the hard ones, when I look back

  3. Debbie T

    With memories of my father, who passed away on this day in 1977.

  4. I relished this post as I just finished my lunch topped with dill pickle relish! Lots of it.

  5. There’s so much to relish here but I’m especially enjoying the odd coincidence that Clint Howard, brother to Ron Howard, appears in Apollo 13 which was mentioned as a great biographical film and also in the original Star Trek episode “The Corbomite Maneuver”, in which he uses the word “relish”.
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  6. Happy Thanksgiving,Ann. And yes, don’t forget the cranberries!!

  7. I would relish those wonderful meals! Yum! 🙂

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