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Piedmont, Alabama, United States
A Bohemian Wildflower with a wanderlust heart. Owner of a few businesses, married to my best friend, an unschooling mom and entrepreneur. I'm a bit random, a hermit, a lover of nature, Forest dweller, Ocean soul, Quirky, Coffeeholic, Artist, Moon Child, Empath, Barefoot, Simple living ,following my bliss and always Grandma's Girl.

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Gratitude List ~Week 2~


1. Terrific Summer memories now that fall is here!


2. A wonderful Halloween weekend with family and friends.

3. The fact that I made tonight's dinner yesterday so I can relax and enjoy my guy when he gets home from work.

4. An extra hour today to enjoy.

5. A woodstove set and ready to lite for the evening for warmth and pleasure.

6. A nice purring cat wandering thru the house.

7. My girls relaxing and watching movies with me in the living room.

8. My guys work schedule that gives us 3 days a week together instead of 2!

9. My oldest son doing great at GJC and getting ready to join the Navy.

10. DSL, hehehe

5 comments:

The girl with the flour in her hair said...

Great list! This is such a good idea...I need to do this too!

Vickie said...

This is a great list and idea! Had to laugh reading through your blog about the cat and mouse. We had something like that this past week also. Our inside cat is now going outside a lot and he brought his plaything to the door to come in. When I realized what he had I closed the door quick and yelled you can't bring it in. Take Care :)

~Missy~ said...

I started doing this cause I have a bad habit of negative thoughts creeping in and this seemed a good start to focus on the good.

The cat is still on the hunt for the other two that are around here...much as I don't like mice in the house, I have to admit it is a hoot watching her trying to stalk them down...even when she ran face first into a door during full pursuit, hehe

Rachel said...

Great list! It's always awesome to read a thankfulness list - helps focus back on the right stuff!
Thanks!

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