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Giving Thanks

The depressing part is, this isn’t the first time my husband and I have tackled making a full-blown Thanksgiving dinner on our own. Heck, we’ve even got it down to an art, too. So, the number one thing that I’m most grateful for is that we have each other and our children.

Pro tip: Make dessert first, a day or two ahead of time. Keep a straw broom handy to chase the children away.


We’re fostering a kitten, and while I was putting the frozen groceries away, he jumped into the freezer without my noticing and was consequently shut inside. I’m thankful that I heard him yowling while I was putting away the milk, and rescued him quickly — otherwise we would have been in for a very miserable surprise.

Now I get to be super paranoid about the kitten jumping into other appliances.


Some people I don’t care for have sold their house and are moving out this week … Shh, don’t tell anyone I said that.

3 thoughts on “Giving Thanks”

  1. Haha, gotta love adventurous kittens!

    Shh! We have neighbors we don’t care for moving out at the end of the year and keep asking each other if it’s terrible we’re counting down the days.

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    1. That kitten likes to jump on me and claw me to death whenever I stand by the kitchen sink. I’m going to miss the little devil after we find it a permanent home.

      Here’s hoping the new neighbors turn out better, right?

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