30 Days of Thankful – Week 3

Grateful copy

Week 3 already of November is over.  I am really enjoying finding one small, or large thing to be thankful for every day.

Day 16 2013 copy

Day 17 2013 copy

Day 18 2013 copy

I have to point out that there is dust on the DVR.  I was going to clean it before I took the photo, but then I thought, “Dust, hmm, I should clean it, but this is real life.”  So I didn’t clean it.  I do not like to dust, so if you come over you will see dust on things on my house.  This is real life.

Day 19 2013 copy

Day 20 2013 copy blog

I crossed off the address and company #.  Just didn’t seem like a good thing to leave on there for the blog land to see.

Only a week left of this wonderful month of gratitude.  I am trying to decide if I should keep doing this on a random basis…whenever I think of something to be grateful for, I create a new page.  Not sure I will do it, but it would be fun.  Since I am only doing a 4×6 layout, it is so simple to snap a photo and write a couple of lines.

Do you keep a gratitude journal?

Week 2 and Week 1

Linking to Cathy Zielske’s 30 Days of Thankful

6 thoughts on “30 Days of Thankful – Week 3

  1. Great pages. You have wonderful things to be grateful for! We don’t dvr – we watch on demand for the most part. You can ff through commercials on most, but not all, of the shows. I keep an online gratitude journal through a website called grateful160.com

  2. Love hearing your thankful thoughts! Great idea about the Advil. I could’t survive without my Motrin : ) And I love that you didn’t dust for the picture. Keepin’ it real : )

    • Motrin and Advil are life savers for us sisters. 🙂 Thanks for letting me know it is ok, to be real here. That is what I plan to keep doing here. Dust is a part of life that I just can’t worry about most of the time. Happy Thanksgiving.

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