Just wanted to take a minute and wish everyone a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving. Yes, I know it is a few days early, but this is just in case I don't make it back on here between now and Thursday. I hope that everyone has a wonderful day and that you get to spend it with loved ones.
I would love to ask everyone ~ List one thing that you are truly thankful for (and yes, you can list more than one.)
I will start.....I am so thankful for my family, my mom and dad, my husband, my daughter, my son and daughter-in-law and my for my 2 beautiful grandchildren. I am thankful for each day that I wake up and am able to put food on the table (even if it is just hotdogs), for a roof over our heads, and that we are blessed to be able to see the sun rise each morning and set each night. I am thankful for my friends, old and new and I am thankful for all those I have never met, but have became friends with and who have supported me during my good times and my bad.
God bless each and everyone of you and again, Happy Thanksgiving (and don't eat too much turkey. LOL)
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