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Thursday, November 27, 2008

happy thanksgiving to all!

as millions of others do every year on the fourth thursday in november, i'm counting my blessings.

and there are many.

aside from being grateful for my health, my family, my friends, and my wonderful life, i'm thankful for:
  • the hub's creativity and innovative thinking that keeps him a busy bee, even in the current craziness of the economy.
  • the teen's dedication and determination about keeping her grades up this year. this is new for us, and i'm just so excited that she's working so hard and taking pride in her schoolwork.
  • the bean's smiles, giggles, and watching her toddle around on her own two feet, like a big girl.
  • mollydog's warmth when she cuddles up next to me on the couch as we watch tv together.
  • candy cane joe-joes.
  • the promise and hope that our country is celebrating with the election of our new president.
  • reconnecting with old friends. thank you, facebook!
there are lots and lots of other things that make my world the happy place that it is. and it only gets better and better with every day. what are you most grateful for this year?

happy turkey day, everyone!


  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your beautiful family! You are a lucky woman!! :-)

  2. You thanked Facebook and didn't give a shout-out to the blogosphere?

    Happy Thanksgiving, dudette.

    The word verification for this comment is "womica." I imagine that must be female formica.

  3. The teen is growing into a beautiful young lady. Such a cute family that you have :)

  4. happy belated turkey day.

    i'm thankful for a whole bunch of stuff, but the list is too long for comments.

  5. I will just add that I am grateful for finding a website that gave me the chance to make so many wonderful friends. xoxo


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