Monday, November 23, 2009

5 things...

ahhh, Thanksgiving week! Turkey and stuffing. Pumpkin and apple pies. So without further adieu:

1. I'm thankful for my husband. We've known each other since May 1985!! He's my best friend. Don't know what I would do without him.

2. I'm thankful for the two spirited young men in my life. Matt and Ryan make my life. oh so interesting and exciting! They're good kids! Raising boys is a glorious adventure that I wouldn't miss for anything!

3. I'm thankful for my family. They keep me grounded and know when to make me laugh. Each and everyone is so very different, but that's the way it's suppose to be, right?

4. I'm thankful for my friends. They get the brunt of my complaining. From the days of "Play Group" to the "Middle School Years," my friends have been there as support to me, showing me that I'm not alone in this road of Motherhood.


5. and last, but so not least! I'm thankful for my Internet friends. Your constant creativity inspires me every.single.day. I'm so glad that I'm part of this amazing community!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving...enjoy your preparations...and try to relax in the upcoming weeks.

7 comments:

Sandy said...

those are some pretty wonderful things to be thankful for. it's so nice to read this.
happy thanksgiving, jane!

RW said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

Holli said...

A very peaceful Thanksgiving to you, Jane. I adore your photos! Enjoy several tasty things this week.

xoxo

Bloom fine art fotografi said...

Very nice post Jane.
You 2 are such a cute couple and you have such a lovely family,it's been really fun to see over the years how your boys have grown.
Your kitchen...wow!I lurv it.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Gigi said...

I just made the same mitts -- love them don't you?! Making another pair in taupe at the moment (which my granddaughter is trying to sneak off with ;-).
Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours,
G

Louise said...

Hello, Jane - I found your blog a couple of months ago and enjoy about your days across the water (I live in England.) I hope you and your family have a great Thanksgiving together!

rosemary said...

Happy Thanksgiving!