4.12.2013

Thankful For :: Week 15

Lessons learned this week:
It feels good to post at random times - with no pictures (GASP)
I'm a fan of four, distinct seasons
There are few better feelings in this world than clean sheets

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This week, I am thankful for:

1351. Fellow bookworms

1352. Weather that's warm enough to leave the windows open

1353. Asian pear slices dipped in acacia honey

1354. Unplanned visits

1355. Growth at work - even when it's uncomfortable

1356. Sunny front porches with swings

1357. Trash pick up (long story)

1358. Reminders that God knows we are here, and He knows our future

1359. Kind comments on Facebook posts

1360. Our flowering cherry tree - one of my favorite sights of spring!


What are YOU thankful for this week?


4 comments:

  1. #1357 - you know you have to share the story now, right? :)

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    1. Welcome to my stubborn side... ;)

      Let's just say that this was the third week that the trash had been set out by the street, and the garbage men finally took it. I won't say why it took 3 weeks, but it also wasn't all our fault. :)

      Anyway, I'm happy, happy, happy to have it gone!!! :)

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  2. Wow! Your cherry tree is beautiful. I needed the 1358 reminder (we have a lot of uncertainty about things happening in the next few years and that fact is starting to sink it!). Also, I agree about your love of four seasons. That is something I'm looking forward to when we move. In SA, our "seasons" our hot (about 9 months out of the year) and "cooler" (3 months).... no in-between!

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    1. That was New Orleans too (where my dad did his residency) - hot, hot, hot, and "cooler". When are you guys moving?

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