Thankful November – Week 1

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Week 1

1. I am thankful for incredible friends/family/support team.

2. Food. I am thankful to always have plenty to eat.

3. My cat Bunny. He is always so supportive and cuddly.

4. My job.

5. Sunshine

6. Laughter

7. Coffee

How about you? What are you thankful for?

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