**12/20/11 – Happy belated Thanksgiving. I had this post written to be published on 11/25, but given my need to jump into all things Christmas, I sort of forgot to hit the update button (and when I went to write a new post today, I saw this was still listed as a draft – whoops). So if you have a leftover turkey leg (although I must put in a disclaimer that it may or may not be good for you), enjoy my final installment of my Thankful Journal. I hope you have found a silver lining in each day like I have**
Sunday – November 20, 2011 – The little people in my life – I have four nieces and nephews that I love dearly and I cherish each and every one of them. They are all awesome in their own way – Dana is my teenage diva, Riley has no fear, Makenzie is my creative and artsy child, and Colton is just pure sweetness and can melt my heart. Love these little brats
Monday – November 21, 2011 – Kind Co-Workers – I’m working on an Advent Calendar and one of my co-workers was nice enough to lend me a staple gun to help with my project. More on that soon!
Tuesday – November 22, 2011 – Getting Skunked – So my co-worker had an issue with her dog and a skunk (basically the dog got sprayed with a skunk) and her whole house smelled like skunk. So she came into work on Tuesday and had a bit of an odor. We all teased her (I told her that “she was bringing skunky back”) and had a good laugh at her expense. Looks like she got skunked (much love to you Skunky Chrissy!!!)
Wednesday – November 23, 2011 – General Happiness – So normally I’m a pretty pleasant, happy-go-lucky type, but today I’m just generally more happy. I don’t know if it’s because I’m on the horizon of a 4-day weekend (YES!!!!) or that I’m just generally blessed. Either way, there was an extra pep in my step and I’m loving it!
Thursday – November 24, 2011 – An Attitude of Gratitude – Well, Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! I’m thankful for my family, friends, a day off from work, and just having a blessed life! I’ve been through my share of ups and downs, but I’m glad that I have chosen to use these as lessons and have them help me shape who I am today. I hope that you and your families have lots to be thankful for too! Happy Thanksgiving!