Wednesday, November 25, 2009

I am Thankful for You!

 

You guys rock! Have I told you that? You inspire me every day. I may not always blog about all of the things that ya’ll get me to try, but trust me, I get outside my comfort zone a bit more everyday because of you.

It has been a year of ups and downs and that is okay, life is like that. I am just happy to be here today and I hope that I don’t burn the turkey tomorrow.

Holidays make me reflect on the past year, do they do that to you? They also make me focus on goals that I would like to achieve in the next year.

Last year, I didn’t have a dog.

In the next year I would like to teach him that he can’t eat my Crate & Barrel pillows or take rides in the UPS truck.

Yes, I like to keep things simple:)

Happy Thanksgiving

8 comments:

Sue said...

Gwen, I've said it before, but I appreciate your coming by while I've been under the weather. I am grateful for your friendship! Have a good Thanksgiving Day.
hugs, Sue

Lucy Marie said...

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, my friend.

Heather said...

I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Gwen!

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Have a lovely day!!! I'm thankful to have happened upon your bloggie and am always happy when I see a new post from you!!!

Struggler said...

Murphy Grace clearly has excellent taste in pillows!
Happy Thanksgiving to you also - hope the turkey was a big success.

FrugalMom said...

I am very thankful for you too Gwen. You have changed my life in ways you cannot even imagine. We love the UPS truck too, maybe Murphy has just realized that they always come with good stuff.

Embellished Bayou said...

Good luck with your goal of training Murphy! I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving, thanks for all your visits to my blog and kind comments. It's been so much fun "meeting" you!

marmielu said...

Oh, Gwen, I'm just getting around to catching up on things, as now my company have gone back home.
I had to laugh about the goals for the dog because my husband's family had a dog when he was young who used to hop on the mailman's truck and be gone for days with him. I don't know how the mailman knew when he wanted to come back home!
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving, and didn't burn that turkey.
Mary Lou

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