TTOT

Ten Things of Thankful – November 27 2020

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It’s that time again for expressing gratitude for a week well gratituded!

  1. Thanksgiving Zoom with family on Wednesday made our more than a week. It was so great to see mama as it’s been maybe a year, due to pandemic stuff.
  2. Thanksgiving dinner was well received. Definitely losing one pie recipe but thankful I could at least try making it. The other pie and the dressing were successes. Well, and the other stuffs too. Grateful we had the means to make this dinner. I remember a time when it took all I had to create a Thanksgiving meal.
  3. The Angel Card Project is coming up and we need help. I am grateful to help with the project. It’s pretty easy. Would you like to help, too? Here is the Angel Card Project Link.
  4. Heart Beats anthology is getting a lot of contributors. We can always use more HINT HINT
  5. Daughter is getting to work more hours due to the season.
  6. One of my clients was able to get two books to best seller ranking and I helped.
  7. Decorations are up for Christmas. Daughter did most of it, as is her preference and then we pitched in for this and that. It looks so festive in our home.
  8. There are leftover for at least 3 days so I don’t have to cook. I am grateful for that and the microwave.
  9. I don’t like to shop except for necessities and I still like to hurry that run. So, I am grateful that the needs are less for more.
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17 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful – November 27 2020”

    1. Yes, we actually threw away old ornaments which lost their shine. I am looking at one that is on the tree but probably should have gone bye. Maybe it wanted to linger just a little longer and remind us that not all people are as blessed.

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  1. #1 pulled at the heart strings. I hope your Mama’s health is good and she understands the necessity of the separation.
    I can remember some recipes that I have tried, but never, ever made again, like fudge made from beans.
    How nice that your daughter loves to put up most of the decorations. I tend to put fewer and fewer decorations up every year, but always put up the nativities.
    Have a wonderful week ahead.

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    1. She is making it day by day. It’s Hans’ mama, but I have adopted her in my heart. She is understanding the reasons better. You are braver than I with making bean fudge. When my mother got older and all of us kids were grown she dismissed the tree and got a ceramic one with those plug in lights. It was so pretty. Her Christmas was what she could put on one table with the tree and she was happy about that.

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  2. We did a family Zoom, too! So much fun! Four generations on the call! Leftovers are always welcome, as is the microwave to reheat them! Congrats on helping with the best sellers!

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  3. Good to hear the holiday was good. (Liked Item #8 lol microwaves surely are automatic Grats, no?)
    Did not do a zoom holiday but am grateful for my getting increasingly comfortable with the medium.
    Have a good week.

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