Monthly Archives: November 2008

gratitude ~ grateful daily

Happy Thanksgiving, Friends. As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. ~John Fitzgerald Kennedy Thanksgiving is the holiday of peace, the celebration of work and the simple life… a true folk-festival that speaks the poetry of the turn of the […]

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ruffles and flowers ~ grateful daily

when in Rome, do as the Romans do? or in my case, as Mainers do. Seems like many gals around here like to do hand-crafts over the long winter months. Makes sense: sitting by a crackling fire, wearing cozy wool socks, nursing a hot cup’o tea, and crafting while it’s snowing outside. So, in the […]

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a tender moment ~ grateful daily

grateful daily ~ 18 Can’t go out and take pics so I’ve been digging through summer 08 archives and found some gems of my Raveen. I was laid up in bed most of yesterday and not that I’m one to complain (as my husband falls to the floor rolling in laughter) but I was feeling […]

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29 weeks and counting

Today’s ‘grateful’ is for God, for His protecting our baby and getting me safely to 29 weeks. I’ve been on a semi-bed-rest for the last couple of weeks after going into the hospital one night for early labor contractions. Couple of hours of monitoring, a shot, a cocktail of pills, and the contractions stopped but […]

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‘Veen ~ grateful daily

Raveen’s kindergarten year has been great so far. He’s such a treat to work with because at this point, school is just a lot of fun stuff for him and he loves the one-on-one time. He’s my latest ‘grateful’. grateful daily ~ 16 here are two of my newest site finds for the kids, they […]

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