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Thankful: November 21 and 22nd

I’ve gone to bed exhausted the last several days, as we’ve been shoveling the rocks that are our native garden “soil” and loading them onto a trailer to take to the dump. So, today’s post is for both yesterday and today. While my husband was getting rid of the rocks, I took a few minutes…

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Thankful: November 20th

It was an absolutely gorgeous day, and we were able to fill the trailer twice with the rocks that are our “soil” to take to the dump. I’m grateful for good weather and the help of my family. I’m also grateful for our church’s video today on gratitude! You can watch it here. What are…

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Thankful: November 19th

I’m thankful that we were able to load up a trailer full of bad dirt to take to the dump. We have lots and lots more to do, but we’re making (slow!) progress! If you want to see what I mean about our dirt (aka lime rocks), check out my latest video in the garden…

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Thankful: November 17th

Today I found out a fraudulent charge of $497 on my account. I’m glad I checked my account online today! Just a reminder that this time of year, it’s wise to check your account often. The last time this happened to me, the bank told me that the charges came because someone at a store…

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Thankful: November 16th

I’m thankful for the chance to speak with my son at college. I remember the expensive long-distance bills and the way we had to arrange to speak at a certain time when I was in college, dividing up the long-distance bill with roommates. While cell phones certainly cost more per month, I appreciate that with…

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Thankful: November 14th

I was setting up my blanket and checking my light when this goose started honking repeatedly near me and then walked right in front of my camera today! It was followed by two other geese, each a different type of goose (the second goose was a Canadian goose). It was so funny! Today, I’m thankful…

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Thankful: November 13th

I was worried that it would be hard for my children to play in the backyard, now that it’s all dug up and they can no longer use the swings or the merry-go-round while we relandscape the garden. I shouldn’t have been worried. My four-year-old son said to me today, “I’m so glad that dad…