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Thanksgiving Thursdays #1


Rather than blog everyday about what I am thankful for (because seriously, I won't remember - apparently your memory goes when you have twins), I thought that throughout the month of November, I'd share my thankfulness for the week each Thursday.

Nov 1 - I'm thankful that Keith's back surgery was cancelled. And am giving proper thanks to St. Therese, who did shower me with roses in answer to my prayers.  I'm also thankful that since he didn't have surgery, yet we had a scheduled day off of work together (and the kids had school), we got to spend the entire day together. Lunch at Panera, running errands, catching up on the DVR... perfect day.

Nov 2 - I'm thankful for my autumn quilt, chamomile tea, and the ability to snuggle with my husband while watching Castle. Also thankful that my husband then went out in the cold, dark night to put gas in my car.

Nov 3 - I am thankful that God blessed me with the most beautiful little girl in the world:

Apparently I am also thankful for picnik.com which allows me to edit photos in a fun way....

What are you thankful for? 

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Unknown said…
Nov 1st - Thankful that I got internet back at home.
Nov 2nd - We got our tickets booked for Christmas.
Nov 3rd - Thankful for a fabulous neighbour that came to check on my sick boy.
R. Molder said…
She is a lovely girl! Glad you got to spend time as a family!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!!

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