I am thankful to be able to share the abundance of basil from my garden with three people today. I had planned to cut it and pull it all out today and tomorrow, and I really didn’t want to waste any of it, but it is getting too cold for it to keep growing.
What are you thankful for today?
I am thankful for good health, a warm house and a loving husband, but most of all, a loving God who makes it all possible
I am thankful for coffee.
I am thankful for this series. I have remembered to post each day and it has made me stop everyday and be aware of my blessings 🙂
I am thankful for hot water & a clean bathtub. I love taking a nice warm bath & my knee gives me a reason to soak.
I am thankful for our pellet stove and the warmth it gives us over the winter months.
I’m thankful for you updating your homeschooling extra helps that you added as a sidebar. I use your reading list a lot for my girls!
I am thankful for my hard working husband. He is my rock and I could not image going through this world without him. 🙂
I am thankful for my FIL and daughter that built me a platform bedframe yesterday.
Also, I had no idea my daughter loves pesto until I was talking about all the basil you grow and making pesto with it.
I am thankful (and I am not kissing up here) seriously for this site. For all of your hard work. For all of the comments – you all have had a hand in changing my thinking for the better and it is wonderful to not be as stressed about money as I once was.
I am Thankful that my husband is finally on the mend. He has had pneumonia and has been sick for over 5 weeks now. He is not well, but finally feeling better. And the Dr finally said he lungs are clear.
I am thankful that school is out. We can just be at home and enjoy being a family.
I am thankful for being able to provide myself and my family good, nutritous food.
I am thankful that gas prices have dropped! 🙂
I am thankful for the time that allows me to help my sister-in-law when she needs it the most.
Today I am thankful for “time” and getting home early from work and having “time” to make my lemon/blueberry bread and pie crust for the pie. (Thanksgiving).