A month being thankful | November 1st

November 1, 2009
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Can you believe it is already November? I feel like this year has just flown by and I can hardly believe that the holidays are just around the corner. I definitely think that this goofy weather has played a part in feeling like we were shorted a warm summer and a typical beautiful Minnesota fall.  This year I have really realized that life goes by at its own pace and unless I make every moment count, unless I slow down to stop and smell the roses, to notice the simple things… Time will just wisp away through another season and I am left feeling like…”what? it’s over? where did the time go?”

So in light of Thanksgiving this month, I am going to post daily about something I am thankful for. This is something I intended to do weekly with my Thankful Thursdays when I launched my new blog, but things have been so busy. I seriously am doing this because I feel that there are so many little things that I am missing. I truly want to slow down and find those little things that God has blessed me with and notice them, voice them. That being said, I am making a commitment to blog each day until Thanksgiving (hence the bold in the sentence above). Did you hear that? I mean read that… I want you to be my accountability partners, I want you to be on me like white on rice, like my trainer at the gym, like peanut butter to jelly. I mean it. Thank you in advance.

Also if you stop by… add a comment on what you are thankful for.  It will be just a little fun thankful, grateful share-fest. You can comment daily, weekly, or maybe just once. I would love to hear about what you all appreciate in your daily lives. I promise it will be fun.

So with further adieu…Today I am thankful for…

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