November 6: I am actually thankful for the election pamphlets that we were given, not because they made me more educated, but because they were a very good distraction to my daughter while waiting in line to vote. Now, these will go in the recycle bin.
|The literature that was recycled.|
Charis kept saying, "4. 6. 5. F. E. M. S."
She's recognizing a lot of numbers and letters.
|LOVE this picture of Drew and Charis|
as we left our polling place.
|Sitting on leaves, enjoying the sunshine.|
|I hope to make copies of this picture|
and send it to Grandad
in Northern Ireland.
November 7: I am thankful that I have been getting more work accomplished on my daughter's longies.
November 8: I'm thankful for the walk my daughter and I were able to take today to the library, park, and post office.
|Not the clearest picture, but|
I love the joy and enthusiasm
written on Charis's face.
|If my granny was still alive, I'd be hearing that my|
daughter NEEDS to keep her hair out
of her face.
Those are longies I made for her last winter.
November 9: Thankful to finally pull out the stove and be able to clean the floor underneath it. Let's just say that was gross.
November 10: I thought I posted one for yesterday, but it didn't post. I was thankful Drew ate the spaghetti squash I made and liked it.
November 11: Thankful my daughter and I were able to make banana bread tonight.
November 12: Thankful that my husband is home safe and that God has provided him with his job.
What are you thankful for?
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