November 25, 2012
day thirteen: i am thankful for allowable procrastination. the end. day fourteen: i am thankful for B’s pajama pants. without them, i would be a cranky preggy lady stretching dresses in the winter. day fifteen: i am thankful for pay-day. the end. day sixteen: i am thankful for awesome friends. had a lovely dinner at brio […]
November 12, 2012
day twelve: i am thankful for my mommy-silly monkey conversations. he is such an inquisitive child and can make me laugh like no other. the other day, he was trying to explain something to another child and started in with, “… ok, so let me give you an explanation…” he’s just plain clever and witty… […]
November 11, 2012
day eleven: i am thankful for american’s veterans. those still here. and those who have gone (i miss you grandpa). thank you for protecting our lives, our freedoms and the freedoms of our children. ’tis a deed no one can give too many thanks.
November 10, 2012
day ten: i am thankful for the gift of party planning enduring friendship. b/c of three very special & amazing women, this was the aftermath of my saturday… to three of my most favorite girls in the world: michelle, angie & leslie - thank you for being amazing friends. thank you for loving me enough to […]
November 9, 2012
day nine: i am thankful for my husband, who will officially celebrate one WHOLE year with me tomorrow, november 10th. it’s rare to meet someone and fall in love with them instantly, but that’s just what happened to us. and while it may have taken a little while for us to be put into the position of seeing […]
November 8, 2012
day eight: i am thankful for the option to believe. silly monkey believes. he believes i am the greatest person to walk the earth. granted, he also believes in santa, the easter bunny, the tooth fairy, the sandman and dragons (as evidenced while we took in two showings of “how to train your dragon LIVE“). […]
November 7, 2012
day seven: i am thankful for the city of columbus, who FINALLY re-opened an additional entrance/exit to/from 670. it made my drive home lots less filled with rage than most days prior.