It’s time for my annual Thanksgiving list! As you join friends and family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to remember all the things you have to be thankful for this year. Times get tough, but there is always a bright side and listing them out often makes the bad seem a little better. My family
It’s time for my annual Thanksgiving list! As you join friends and family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to remember all the things you have to be thankful for this year. Times get tough, but there is always a bright side and listing them out often makes the bad seem a little better.
My family — we aren’t perfect, and not always as connected as we should be, but family is family — always.
Tuesday spaghetti dinner.
My cute little furball Stormy. He’s loud, but he’s mine.
New side hustles that mean new friends and extra cash.
Long phone calls with my sister.
Friends — new and old.
Family Game Nights.
A comfy couch and fluffy blankets.
Kindle Unlimited, to make all those books a bit more affordable!
A good internet connection.
Long drives in the country to clear my head.
RSVP Pens, because they are the best.
Facebook Messenger group chats.
GIFs in Facebook Messenger group chats.
Snapchat filters, because everyone looks cuter with antlers or cat ears.
My mom making coffee every morning.
New friends, old friends and friends that are like family.
Coffee. I can live with less, but still enjoy it more than most things.
Gnocchi and homemade sauce.
Tuesdays, because it is new book release day.
Funny cat videos.
When your eyebrow game is strong.
When a recipe turns out exactly like it is supposed to.
Books on pre-order. I love a morning new book surprise.
Saturday trips to Target.
Good hair days.
Ipsy Glam Bags.
New eye shadow palettes.
That Alexa is always ready to tell me the weather or play music.
Firesticks and Chromecast.
My dutch oven.
Coffee. Please don’t underestimate how much I enjoy it.
Good bourbon and craft beer.
The Braves making it to the post-season — a least for a minute.
The roof over my head.
The food in my fridge.
Comfy beds and feather pillows.
Cuddl Duds sheets.
The warm clothes in my closet.
Living in a small community that cares about each other.
A job that let’s me write as silly or as serious as I’d like.
The brave men and women, past and present, for defending our freedom. Without their hard work and sacrifice, very little of this list would be possible.
One last thing. Webb Weekly’s success is dependent on small businesses. On that note, don’t forget that Saturday is Small Business Saturday. Please go out and patronize your local businesses. Successful local business leads to successful communities. Everyone wins when you support local business!
Did I mention coffee?
- May 22, 2019
- May 22, 2019