Weekly Photo Challenge: Thankful

Weekly Photo Challenge: Thankful

Where the Master sat

Thankful. In the United States, yesterday was Thanksgiving. I post a list of things I’m thankful for every week at Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander. Today though, I must say I’m thankful for the many and varied visual delights of China including this seat at the Confucian Temple in Beijing.

I think the idea of being thankful and reflecting back on good things in your life is something that naturally happens towards the end of a calendar year. I’m thankful that I’m blessed to live in China and this weekend I got to go to Beijing. I’m also thankful for a wonderful Thanksgiving on the 22nd.

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