Whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving or Hanukkah I hope you have a wonderful Holiday.
Most of you guys will be having a dinner of some sort regardless of which holiday you are celebrating.
My family will be having Turkey for sure. With dressing and baked beans. Probably a few other things too.
The best part of the day though will be visiting with family. I’m hoping my cousins that I don’t get to see much will be there. Not really sure who all will show up.
I have a lot to be thankful for this year. For one thing I made it this far without maiming anyone :p
I’m thankful my stepson has a warm place to sleep even if it is a jail. I’m thankful my mother-in-law is being taken care of (in a hospital- bronchitis). I’m thankful that the rest of my family is all healthy and (relatively) happy (so far as I know anyway).
I’m thankful that all that ice went north of us this time although I’m feeling sorry for all those folks up north caught in it.
We have had some trials lately but so far have come through them without too terribly much trouble.
Now if my head would just clear up so I could think straight without a lot of cold meds everything would be great!
One thing I’m thankful for is that I don’t have to cook the turkey! My mom is doing it again this year for our family dinner.
I’m thankful for the family that will be eating with us too. Especially my mother. She is cooking after all! There are lots of other things I love her for too. She is the one who taught me how to read! And cook. And housekeeping. How to balance a checkbook. Lots of things.
I’m thankful for my hubby too. He takes out the trash and mows the lawn and helps keep the bed warm. And makes me laugh.
I’m thankful for my dogs who also make me laugh a lot and sometimes drive me nuts wanting attention when I’m busy doing something else.
I’m thankful for the warm house and my books and the computer oh and electricity! A few years back I had to go without electricity for 17 days during an ice storm. I never want to do that again and I know how those folks in the northeast are feeling about that.
There are lots of things to be thankful for here in Northeast Arkansas. For now anyway.
How about you? What are you thankful for this year? Please let us know in the comments!
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