Thankful Thursday



Another week has come & gone & it's time to be thankful! If you want to join us just list your thanksgivings in the comments or link up below. What am I thankful for?


·  Light rye bread. I know, weird, but I got some last week to use for sandwiches and it's so good. Mmm.

·  A week off from work! I spent the early part of the week hanging out at home, cleaning and binging on computer games. Heh. If you'd like to read about my Tuesday, go here. It was pretty much the same experience.

·  Visiting with family in NC. I'm writing this post early, but by the time it posts I should be at my dad's house rooting around to see what Amy last baked. 

·  Pancakes at church on Tuesday night. It was a fundraiser for the youth & they were so cute in their chef hats & aprons. Plus, pancakes!

·  The fact that it was finally warm enough to sweep out half of the garage. I think that Dr. M has been going off road based on the amount of dirt in there!

·  My hair has calmed down QUITE a bit. I can't decide if I'm disappointed or relieved. 

·  The season of Lent. This year, as I did last year, I'm going to stop playing computer games. This is to free up time to do something edifying, like read a book, or move my body AWAY from the computer for a change. I'll let you know how it's going next week. I'm not giving up any food because that usually backfires with a Cadbury Creme Egg binge.

All right – it’s your turn. What are you thankful about this week?


Comments

  1. I always enjoy your posts and I do love your hair! Wish i were that brave to do my own.

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  2. I am thankful that winter is almost over and that spring is on it's way. I am also thankful for all my blogging buddies who enjoy reading my blog. Confessions: I had last week off work too and I love light rye bread. I also wish I was in NC and not Toronto right now. Thanks for sharing all of this, Bug. =D

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  3. It was Shrove Tuesday for me too! Pancakes, yum.

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  4. Finally, I can see a little green emerging from beneath the snow melt. Lots of mud, too, but that's beside the point.

    Have a great trip!

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  5. I'm giving up computer games for Lent as well. I've actually done pretty well so far--only once has my mouse clicked on "start" without my permission.

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  6. I'm thankful for good bread, period. All of it: challah, pumpernickel, marble rye, baguette, any good bakery bread that has that chewy crust and that wonderful soft middle. And, while we're going to be thankful for food, allow me to declare my Undying Love for potatoes: baked, frenchfried, mashed--I don't care. I love a lot of fancy foods, but a nice loaf of peasant bread and a hot potato make me plenty happy.

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  7. Hope you're having a great time!

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