Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving
I hope everyone in blogland has a safe, happy and meaningful Thanksgiving.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

I signed up for the 30 Day contentment therapy sessions over on MaryEllens blog and although I've been feeling thankful and content I just couldn't put it into words until today. So here's my first Contentment post.

With the Holidays upon us and knowing that there are so many that don’t have family or simply can’t be with them all the time I’m feeling very content today in the fact that I am so blessed to have such a wonderful family that I see and talk to on a regular basis. A great husband that overlooks so many of my faults and doesn’t complain about the little things as much as I do. Two amazing daughters that have a such a inner strength about them as young women that it amazes me. My one and only son who I truly enjoy watching grow and mature in his own little ways. (He’ll always be my baby though.) A very loving mama and daddy who have always been there for us, two sisters and a brother (who I couldn't imagine not having to share things with) and my nieces and nephews who all call me AuntBB. I love them all. My hope for this season is that we can all remember the most important things aren't things at all.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

As i was wandering through all my favorite blogsites I came across Soulemama's blog and she has announced a wonderful project launch. Its called Caps to Cap-Haitien. You can find more information on her blog or go here for more information on a great and super easy way to give back!

I voted for the 1st time ever today !

For years, too many to mention right now, I've put off registering to vote. Well, I voted for the first time in my life today. And it felt great to do so. Not to mention that I went to vote with my oldest daughter who was voting for the first time also. Thanks to this kind blogger for the button.
It's Election Day.. Let your voice be heard.
Pray then exercise your right to vote.


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