I am thankful for…

With Thanksgiving being tomorrow I thought I would take a minute to share what I am most thankful for.

  1. My mom– As cliche as it sounds I am so thankful for my mom and every thing she does, and has done for me.
  2. My sisters– I don’t actually know what I would do with out my sisters. I always find it so strange when people don’t get along with their siblings.  I also sometimes worry that my family is oddly close.
  3. My kitties– I am way too into my cats, I would literally rather spend the evening cuddled up with my cats and a book.
  4. My job– Not just that I have one, which is enough to be thankful for, but one that I love.  I don’t mind waking up before the sun, and Monday’s are my favorite day of the week.
  5. My niece and nephew– From the day my niece was born she has been my best friend, if I ever need some one to go see a new Disney movie with she’ll always go with me.  And then my nephew, who is a sweet little ball of energy, I definitely don’t get to see him enough though.

I think I could easily sum up what I am thankful for to family. There’s my top five reasons why I am thankful this Thanksgiving leave a coment below of somethings that you are thankful and I hope you have a great, happy and safe Thanksgiving this years.
XO Johnnielynn

  • Candie

    Very nice. I know you guys wish you were all in the same area, but you’re in each other’s hearts and that’s all that counts. I’m thankful for my family, my Uncle and all of my cousins, yes you! I know no matter what my Uncle had been and will always be there for me, even when others really should have. I’m thankful for cousins, I have so many that it’s hard to be let down. Not too long ago, one in particular I won’t name, spent a whole week with me when I was going thru my divorce. So I know they will always be there for me and I for anyone of them. I’m thankful for Troy, he came along and taught me how real men treat women. I’ve been so happy, despite other things that happened, and I look forward to a future if happiness. Instead of just waiting for something that never comes.