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  1. A beautiful post, Christie, Thank You Notes never grows old and always a great reminder on what is important in life. Fish and Chips my favourite treat/cheat meal. I see the photo saying “Silver Lake.” Is this the Silver lake near Mt. Baker? Great quote on “transformation.” My thank you notes would be too long for the page. I have a lot of good in my life:)

  2. I always enjoy your gratitude posts Christie – the flowers were beautiful and I’d love to have a fish and chip van in my neighbourhood – we have the icecream van that drives around – my idea would be for it to sell icecream during the day in Summer and swap over to Fish and Chips in the evenings and in Winter – win/win!
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I’ve shared on my SM 🙂

    • You’ve got a great idea, Leanne! Here is the U.S. we have all different food trucks. They don’t drive around, but they park in a different spot each day. They post online where they will be, and people in the area come to the truck. My office brings one in once a month, and a building down the street has one each Wednesday–all different kinds of foods. It’s a nice way to mix up the usual lunch hour.

  3. Love, love, love all your hiking! Right now I’m in a recovery mode (some surgery) and sweating itches the stitches terribly. So I’m sitting indoors and getting cabin fever. BUT, I am grateful for amazing health care coverage and a wonderful surgeon. A supportive spouse who has taken on all cooking and clean-up these past few weeks. (No lifting, reaching or twisting makes even putting dishes into the dishwasher a challenge!) Plus friends who stopped-by to relieve the boredom and blogging buddies who gave me great posts to read. And lots of books to read as well… I’m up to 20! I love your gratitude posts as they always inspire me to think about what I am grateful for as well.

    • I’m glad you are taking time to heal Pat and impressed by your ability to feel gratitude for all of those who are supporting you through your surgery and recovery. Sending love and healing energy your way!

  4. Cindy

    I’m glad you’ve liked the quotes. I’m thankful that I have eyesight to see them and the ability to read them. (As well as your blog and many wonderful books!) I love you.

  5. I look forward to your thank you notes each month Christie and enjoy looking at your life and what you are thankful for. Thank you for sharing with us at #MLSTL. We have so much to be thankful for in life don’t we? Sometimes we just need to be reminded. Enjoy the rest of your week, Christie! xx

  6. Hi Christie, I love the theme of this post…just being thankful for the good things in your life. The fish and chips look awesome and the photos were all so beautiful! #MLSTL

    • Thank you Candi. I do believe it is important to pause once in a while and truly appreciate all the little things in our lives. The fish and chips were awesome. Have a great week!

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