1. Thanks for a wonderful litany of things you are grateful for – the big and the little (cow pajamas!). It made me reflect on many things from this week a bit differently. So I’ll just say, I’m grateful for an amazingly supportive husband, whose strength of support right now is giving me my backbone.

  2. Lovely post. There is so much to be thankful for. Right now, as I sit in my house with no heat, I’m thankful that we can financially afford to replace our broken furnace. I’m thankful that I grew up in Massachusetts, so I know how to deal with cold (and own the appropriate clothing) and I’m thankful for the repairmen who will be arriving tomorrow with our new heating system.

    • Shelley, I love the positive spin on what could be a big negative. At times like that my heart goes out to those who don’t have refuge from the cold or from hunger, or a myriad of things that I often take for granted. Stay warm!

  3. Cindy

    I loved this post, (and the last which I meant to respond to all week)! I told Jessi, but I love her new bangs, very cute! And that picture with you guys and Courtney’s family is one of my favorites. I am so grateful to all veterans past and present who have provided us with our freedom today, and I’m grateful that you are my sister!

  4. Larry

    I’m thankful for YOU in my life, you make everything “everything” for me.
    Our children and Grandchildren, can’t imagine life without them.
    And thankful for our Fathers who put their lives on the line along with their comrades, I’m forever grateful.
    And Moms, who isn’t thankful for them. Thankful I get to spend Wednesdays with my Mom, look forward to it every week!

    • I am also thankful for you in my life. I couldn’t ask for a better husband, and I couldn’t agree more with all of the other things you listed. Family is at the very top of my list when I count my blessings.

  5. Hi Christie, you have much to be thankful for. I just sent thank you notes with coffee gift cards to eight young teachers who are mentors in my on-line teacher mentoring program. i am truly thankful to them for their willingness to share the experience with new teachers.

  6. Mmmm, pumpkin spice milkshake! That’s something new I can add to my pumpkin tasting for my autumn bucket list.
    Yay, YOU for trying a new work out experience. Looking forward to hearing more. I am seeing lots of gals trying barre class so would like to add that to my winter bucket list.

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