30 Days of Gratitude-continued

Well, I can say this, November is flying by, just like the rest of the year has.  I think it gets that way, when you get old gracefully mature.  I can say, I have been loving reflecting on my bountiful blessings.  Here is what I am thankful for thus far:

 

Day three

Fried catfish

Fried catfish

I am so thankful for fried catfish.  Being from the South, you just have to LOVE fried catfish.  I just don’t know what I would do without it. 

Day four

Friends

Friends

I am so thankful for my friends.  Especially, my friend Jenn.  I can’t ever remember not knowing her.  We have gone to church together, school together, & now are doing 5ks together.  Wonderful person inside & out!  Don’t know what I’d do without her.

Day five

Fall colors

Fall colors

I am so thankful for these beautiful fall colors.  This was taken on my way to work one morning.  It’s so bright & sunny outside thanks to a little something called Daylight Savings Time being over (which I am not thankful for).  Oh wait, I think I am getting off track a bit here…..

Day six

Miss Neenee

Miss Neenee

I am so thankful for this little girl right in the middle.  Miss Neenee just turned 10 years old.  (I am tearing up just a little.)  She is beautiful, smart, funny, & kind.  I love her to pieces!  I would rather do without fried catfish, than her.  No really, I’m serious.  Love. This. Girl.

Day seven

Putting on lipstick without a mirror

Putting on lipstick without a mirror

I am so thankful for Miss Neenee’s ability to put on lipstick without a mirror.  In the South, there are things we mothers teach our daughters.  How to cook, how to sew, how to treat others, & obviously important things like how to put on make up.  Every lady & little lady needs to know how to put on lipstick without a mirror.  You just never know when those lips are gonna need paintin’ !  Here Miss Neenee is applying lipstick on the way to school.  Obviously a necessity for 4th grade. 🙂

Day 8

K.K. & Bizba

K.K. & Bizba

I am so thankful for these pretty ladies.  These are more of my peeps.  Really much more than that.  They are my sweet girls.  K.K. & Bizba are the cat’s meow, the cat’s pajama’s or simply awesomeness wrapped up in 2 precious packages.  K.K. & Bizba are the names Mr. Sweetie Pants gave them. They are wonderful Christian ladies, that I am proud to call my daughters.

 

 

 

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