Because thankfulness is important every day of the year, and sometimes most of all in the days after the big day…







I’m thankful for a chilly but sunny 3.75 mile run to start off my Thanksgiving Day.

I’m thankful for hot showers and hot cups of coffee with eggnog.

I’m thankful for hours in the kitchen baking pies.

I’m thankful for Jimmy Fallon clips on youtube keeping me company while I whisk around the kitchen.

I’m thankful for Thanksgiving with my church family, a time so sweet and special that I don’t feel quite so homesick.

I’m thankful for friends and their dear sweet kids who make the holidays seem full of wonder again.

I’m thankful for baked brie as an appetizer.

I’m thankful for so much food we could even eat half of it, and for lots of leftovers that taste even better the next day.

I’m thankful for sunny Florida Thanksgivings and perfectly clear blue skies two days in a row.

I’m thankful for a long slow wake up this morning.

I’m thankful for steamy cups of café con leche with pumpkin pie for breakfast.

I’m thankful for car repair discounts and our still-sort-of-new Honda Civic.

I’m thankful for fuzzy blankets on cold days…or any day really.

I’m thankful for family and for FaceTime chats.

I’m thankful for my husband and his car repair discount negotiating skills.

I’m thankful for diet coke in a wine glass and writing blog posts while cuddled up in bed.

What are you thankful for?

Be blessed

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