http://strensa.com/visilnica/7902 Good morning, Mommy. Happy Wednesday! Taking a minute for gratitude this morning. A minute to relax and breath and look around, and be aware of everything that is right in my life.
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do ex girlfriends come back after dating someone else My husband. Big, thick, brick wall of a man. Strong enough to carry me up the stairs (screaming with laughter the whole way), gentle enough to read board books out loud to a very, very small, barefoot toddler girl. (Where’s the duck? There’s the duck!)
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http://highschool.isq.edu.mx/cr45/6967/assets/js/229 I am grateful for laptops that let me share my love affair with words and life, while snuggled into an ancient green sofa, wearing sweatpants and toasty (toasty!) warm slippers.
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http://www.domenicanedisansisto.org/web/nichuya/283 We are here, ladies. We get to be here, we get to do this! We have jobs and families and lives that we live with our brains and our hearts and our own two (very busy, very full, very capable) hands.
Lord above, there is so much to be grateful for.