Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 973

Today I am thankful:

That the sewing room is almost finished! Yarn and knitting/crochet patterns are all that’s left to organize and store.

Because I have been super vigilant about dealing with the mail as soon as it arrives. And that means paying bills, filing, or disposing of whatever shows up.

Because we’re having jambalaya for dinner.


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3 thoughts on “Day 973

  1. Son of a gun, we’ll have big fun on the big bayou tonight! 😀

    I’m glad you’re starting to see the end in sight for this huge clean-up! Looking forward to see what you’re going to create with all those patterns! xoxo

  2. Oops, I added one too many “big” there. Jambalaya!

  3. Jambalaya, crawfish pie, and filet gumbo…

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