It’s November and I’m still trying to figure out where the year went!!

This year has certainly had its ups and downs and I’m thankful to have the whole month of November to reflect on all the good things (and find the blessings in disguises)

This month I encourage my followers to think of something every day that you are thankful for! I’ll be doing the same. I won’t be making a post everyday but I’ll try to do one each week listing my reasons!

Happy Thankful November!!!

2 Replies to “Thankful November”

  1. This is a great idea to think of something every day to be thankful for. Today I’m happy because of a very special friend that is just awesome!

    Thank you Katie !

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