TTOT

Ten Things of Thankful

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It’s that time again to visit the many reasons for thankfulness. So,without delay, let’s get started:

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2. Sisterhood: This was taken on New Years and I am the younger one. My sister, Paula, would have turned 69 on November 18 and I am grateful for the time she was on this side of the veil. And I always seem to know when she peeking in on me.
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3. Cardinals to remind us that those before us are still saying “hello.”

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My sister holding the cardinal painting my niece, Kayla, created.
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4. My Post (13) My pretty flowers in a vase are on the end of 2 weeks and may just be close to disposal.

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6. Whimsy: I wrote a story I want to share. Why Can’t I Wake Up As a Kindergartner

7. Six Sentence Stories – still going strong. Here’s a fun one, nostalgic about our father who played a trick on us: Time to Get Up!

8. 9. Quiet Thanksgiving being spent at home. Daughter is coming and has to work the day after Thanksgiving, so we are going to be homebodies.

10. Lastly, to be able to invite you to the table for this weekly feast of lovely thankfuls. Won’t you join us?

 

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19 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful”

    1. Sara Jane–Thank you for joining the TToT this week! I loved your post, but saw that comments were closed on your blog, so thought I’d try to reach you here to thank you. Hope you join us again, too!

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  1. I’m thankful for you! You are always here at the TToT to get the party started, and to keep the energy up with your comments and posts. Thank you, and I hope you have a great Thanksgiving!

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  2. What a great TToT post, Lisa!
    I enjoyed your story about kindergarten. It made me smile, and took me back to a time and a place. I didn’t get to attend kindergarten. When I started first grade, my teacher was concerned that I might not be up to speed with the rest of the class, but that didn’t prove to be the case at all. 🙂

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