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Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving celebration!

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This year, we are reminded to be grateful for the small things in life; ever mindful of the silver linings in challenges we face; thankful for the opportunity to gather together with family and friends rapt in time-honored traditions…always remembering that gratitude itself is a virtue.

May your Thanksgiving be truly memorable!

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Bettie Bearden Pardee

About Bettie Bearden Pardee

Author of Private Newport and Living Newport, garden furniture designer (The Parterre Bench), national lecturer, and entertaining expert. An honoree for the second year on "The Salonniere 100 America's Best Party Hosts", she was also the host and creative producer of "The Presidential Palate: Entertaining at the White House".

5 thoughts on “Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving celebration!

  1. Bettie,
    As always I am wishing you and your family a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving Day 🙏
    I’m having small family gathering with my daughter /son in law, and two of my great granddaughters.
    Of course will be out checking on my garden to gather camellia flowers for the din8ng table.
    Best of all to you.
    Jimmy 🦃🇺🇸🐉🤓

  2. Happy Thanksgiving Bettie to you and your family and thank you for all the wonderful posts. I am truly grateful for them and for you.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving to you. Just saw Betty Goodwin in Kansas City and celebrated Lucinda Seales’s 80th bday here in Dallas. I love you

  4. You are so right. We all need to be thankful for the blessings that we have. Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Bettie.

  5. Happy Thanksgiving, Bettie!
    I’m certainly thankful for the opportunity to have seen your Instagram posts over the last couple of years. You’ve never posted a thing that didn’t make me eager to see it personally! I’ve enjoyed the challenge of creating posts that might hold their own with the best I’ve seen on IG, but that organization has just beome too difficult to deal with. Life is still pretty busy in my retirement – tomorrow starts another season of pure joy with the University’s chamber music series, and I’m planning trips to Europe and Japan (maybe I can put my pictures on Twitter!)
    Best wishes for new disoveries – Michael Tims

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