So I’m a little behind on the whole “30 days of Thankfulness” thing, so I’m catching up. Hold onto your hats.
Day 4 (Yeah, I went off the rails early): I’m thankful that it will (most likely) no longer get above 80 degrees. At least til March.
Day 5: I’m thankful for great occupational and speech therapists who have helped my kids so much. We have been truly blessed to find two women who are smart and capable and adore our kids.
Day 8: I’m thankful for that two day streak of thankfulness!
Day 10: I’m thankful for small family traditions like Saturday morning chocolate chip pancakes, even if I don’t actually eat chocolate chips in my pancakes.
Day 12: I’m thankful for the legacy of my grandfather, Douglas Woolf, who would have been 81 on November 12.
Day 13: I’m thankful for autumn light that makes everything seem golden.
Day 14: I’m thankful for hot apple cider, warm sweaters and finally, FINALLY cold weather.
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Day 15: I’m thankful for the privilege to homeschool, even on days when I try to figure out just how many kidneys I’d have to sell to pay for private school.
Day 16: I’m thankful for so many amazing resources to find new and creative dishes for our Thanksgiving menu, even if I am sticking to the tried and true.
Day 17: I’m thankful for my brother, whom I had the wonderful privilege of spending time with this weekend. Normally we only see each other when it’s all the people everywhere, running and carrying on. And that’s fun, but it was wonderful just to spend time with him, sans lots of running people.
Day 18: I’m thankful my kids have an uncle who loves them dearly and rough houses with them and takes them to the park. Wow, are we blessed.
Day 19: I’m thankful that at last I know the true story of the first Thanksgiving.