It’s the last day of November, and therefore the last of my thankful posts for the month.

I am still sick! (I ended up back in bed yesterday and did not post).

Today, I am thankful for my daughter who, though she is also sick, was so helpful in helping me to care for her siblings.

What are you thankful for today?

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  1. What a beautiful soul your daughter helping care for siblings, I am the oldest of 6 children and to this day love helping my siblings anytime they are sick and I am grateful they still call/text me even though we are all adults…. I am not only their big sister but I am a nurse lol

  2. I hope you and your family recover soon. Your situation brought back memories of some difficult times I’ve had in my life. Probably we all have had those times. I’m thankful for family, friends and sometimes strangers who have reached out and helped me and my family when we’ve needed it. I’m also thankful for the times we have been able to help others.

  3. I am sorry you are still sick, and the family is as well. Sending prayers ! I am thankful for long distance communication. My oldest daughter lives on another continent, but we can send birthday greetings today via phone and computer!

  4. I am so sorry you have been ill. I had flu A in October. It kept me in bed for a week and being “no spring chicken “ anymore it took me a little longer to get my energy back. I am thankful for a husband who took good care of me while I was ill. I am also thankful for all I have learned through you and your blog. I pray you have a full, quick recovery.

  5. Hope you are well soon. Your post reminded me of how wonderful it is to be a part of a large family! There is always someone there for you, no matter the situation. We are blessed! ❤️

  6. I am thankful for the gorgeous leaves that just began changing color last week. During difficult times, the beauty of nature shows that God is still in control.

  7. I’m sorry to hear that you’re not feeling well. Wishing you and your family a speedy recovery.
    I am thankful for the posts of gratitude in November.

  8. Today I am thankful for abundant clean water. And for people who work to make that available to all.

    Thank you for hosting this thankfulness month again this year!

  9. So thankful for that lovely daughter of yours and hoping you and everyone gets better soon.
    I am thankful for natural gas, for heat, clean water, electricity. I am also thankful for
    food and especially my pantry which, although I didn’t get it totally restocked, has ample supplies.
    I am thankful that I am recovering my faith.

  10. Brandy , I’m thankful for you and all the beautiful people you have brought into my life over the years. I was always great at saving money when in fact I was just spending money . You have taught me to save. To minimize , to reduce and reuse. I learned to not feel guilty over buying secondhand and even regifting items. You have been a great strength in my life. Thank you.

  11. I have been grieving the loss from years ago of my best friend of over 30 years. Not sure why it has hit me so hard this year, but it has.

    I’ve decided to be thankful for the amazing amount of time we had as best friends. I am blessed.

    1. PJGT … I get that. I still grieve my dear friend; perhaps, more than my mom. There are so many times when I want to call her and talk. I, too, am so very grateful she was a part of my life for as long as she was. Big hugs! (((((())))))

  12. I am thankful for November’s gratitude series !
    Brandy hope you and your family are all feeling better soon.

  13. I’m thankful for Venmo and my niece who was able to deliver a hot meal from a local fast food chain for my brother who has COVID and his wife. We live on opposite coasts, so there wasn’t much I could do. I was appreciative of her willingness to be my “driver” and that what sounded good to them was a chicken pot pie from KFC.
    Thank you, Brandy for doing this once again. I made it a choice to respond each time and I’m thankful you provided the means by which to do so.

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