#1000Gifts – Thanksgiving Week with a Grateful Heart

It’s Thanksgiving week! I can’t believe this year is going by so quickly. Having a grateful heart has changed my life, so this week, like every other week, I have a list of blessings to share with you!

#1476. My generous children.

#1477. The ability to give to others less fortunate than we are.

#1478. A neck that moves the way God designed it to move.

#1479. Laughter while cleaning out dresser drawers with the kids.

#1480. Princess Roo is feeling better after a rough weekend with some upper respiratory stuff.

#1481. The possibility of another book signing next month for BookGirl.

#1482. The readers (YOU) who nominated me for TWO Homeschool Blog Awards . . .

#1483. . . . and those of you who let me know through Facebook conversations that you were voting for me. (Thanks!)

#1484. Long conversations with my beautiful BookGirl about the books she’s reading.

#1485. Central heat for chilly fall nights.

#1486. Homemade pumpkin muffins.

#1487. Princess Roo running a low-grade fever this weekend. (It means her immune system is trying to mount a response to the infection—even though her overall IgG level is low.)

#1488. Stories for social studies that draw us into the period we’re learning about.

#1489. The opportunity to have a light week of homeschooling this week as we celebrate Thanksgiving with family.

#1490. An entire week with NO dance lessons or therapy appointments! It’s a real vacation!

What are you thankful for this week?

Photo credit: Jennifer A. Janes

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2 Responses to #1000Gifts – Thanksgiving Week with a Grateful Heart

  1. Lindsay @ Bytes of Memory says:

    What a wonderful thankful list!! So glad Princess Roo is feeling better! I can’t wait for long talks with my son about books he is reading! How fun!

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