Sunday, April 18, 2010

Gratitude Monday


I think if you've got a plate of chocolate covered strawberries and marshmallows, then life is good.
Tell me what you're thankful for this week Send me a comment...

6 comments:

Steena Holmes said...

That. Looks. Delicious!

I have such a thankful heart right now. My daughter was almost 'abducted' last night. Very scary. She was smart though, knew to yell and run hard. I'm so proud of her!

Loren Christie said...

Steena, That's horrific. I'm so glad she's alright!

Anonymous said...

After reading Steena's comment, I will add to my list of things to be thankful for that your daughter is alright. I may not know you, but that is a horrific situation that no one should ever have to face...

For me, I am thankful that a borrower protection plan that is on my and my wife's mortgage is actually doing what it is supposed to be doing as she continues to seek employment in this troubled economy...

GT

Putz said...

well what i am thankful for better not be strawberries covered with chocoolate, it had bettet be fish, or bread or something HEALTHY

Loren Christie said...

Thanks for commenting, Mr. Putz and G. Thinking of you both. :)

writerinspired said...

Chocolate covered marshmallows? Yum!! I'm thankful my boys are healthy and we have a night with nothing on our calendar!

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