Thursday, November 27, 2008


Today, the United States celebrates Thanksgiving. In the words of AnnaKay, "They have two days off, so apparently it's a big deal..."

I thought I would go with my SIL's (who got the job! Go Dawn!) idea and just post 10 things that I'm thankful for.

1. My children. They are the best gift ever. And I know how blessed I am.
2. My husband. I love him more and more each day and I'm grateful to have such a love.
3. My health. This is a huge deal in my family.
4. My whole extended family. My mother and father in law, who are the best anyone could ask for. My sister in law her husband and my nieces (the cutest little girls ever!), my brother in law, my brother in law and sister (who is wrapping my Christmas presents!) and nephew. And my dad.
5. For all of you, my dear readers. You give purpose to my blog.
6. For a delicious meal that I'm cooking, therefore I know it will be delicious.
7. For life in Poland. For all it's faults, it's an awesome post. I always have power and water and I can buy food that I'm familiar with here.
8. That I'm nearing graduation finally. 16 years is a normal time to finish a bachelor's degree, right?
9. For a nice non snowy day to play American football with my kids in.
10. For a half day of school. Enough to let my kids have a nice big dinner, but not enough for them to get bored and torture each other constantly:).

Hope you all have a happy Thanksgiving. Even if it's not your holiday!


  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you. I'm very thankful that I found your blog, you make me laugh so much. Even if you didn't invite me over for dinner.

  2. Happy Thanksgiving, Kylie, and great list of things to be thankful for! (Congrats on your soon-to-be graduation! It doesn't matter when you get the's getting it that counts!)

  3. Happy Thanksgiving! I am very thankful for YOU. You were one of the first people to comment on my blog, and I really, really appreciate you!!!

  4. Happy T-day! Glad you're able to celebrate so far away!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving. Here's to friendships that can last 20 years and thousands of miles.

  6. I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful.

    16 years? Not too shabby ;) Better than not.


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