Monthly Archives: November 2009

Daily Gratitude #25

Today, I’m thankful for my new niece!  Welcome baby Grace!

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Daily Gratitude #24

Today I’m grateful for my 1/4″ foot for my sewing machine, wonderfully nice weather, and God’s grace which overcomes racial and socio-economic barriers.

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Daily Gratitude #23

This is really for yesterday – Yesterday, I was grateful for a husband who I can work in partnership with, crockpots and an Oxo food mill to help make lots (20 quarts to be specific) of applesauce, and once again, … Continue reading

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Daily Gratitude #22

Today I am thankful for roasted turkey skin (shatteringly crisp and delicious) and to the Amish farmer who raised the turkey for us.  Life is good.

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Daily Gratitude #21

Today, I am filled with such thanksgiving, that it is more than enough to make up for the last three days of not posting, as well as to spill over into the next few weeks.  And that’s about as specific … Continue reading

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Greece Summer 2008 – The Complete List!

Finally Finished! It only took 16 months, but I’m finished! So for my reference (but for your reading pleasure also, should you have missed any installments), here are all the parts of our Greece 2008 Trip: Part 1:  In Athens … Continue reading

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Week Three-and-a-half, In Athens and the end of our trip

Today, I continue (and FINALLY finish!) the story of our Summer 2008 trip to Greece.  To see all of our pictures, click here.  For most of the pictures, Nik has mapped them so you can see exactly where in Greece … Continue reading

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