Thankful Thursday

It's November, and sometimes in November, I devote my Thursdays to little things for which I'm thankful. I forgot last week. This week has been hard. The girls and I decided to round up a few of those little things tonight. Just a few things. xoxo

I'll start. I'm thankful for these two beautiful girls. My daughters, someday you will make big things happen. You will bring the change we need in this world, I can feel it.

And I am thankful for this man, who works his butt off and loves us so very much. He is quite the "chick magnet," as you can see.

At this moment, my oldest kitty and the newest Alice Hoffman book are beside me, on the couch. The book opens with a quote from Leonard Cohen's "Anthem," so it seems especially fitting tonight. R.I.P. Leonard Cohen. I am grateful for your words and music.

Big Sis is next. She is thankful for our fireplace (and for her daddy for tending it).

She is grateful for her guitar and for music.

And her dog and favorite kitty.

Little Sis is thankful for fresh eggs from our hens.

Little Sis is always thankful for art supplies.

And cozy unicorn pajamas. Of course.

And we're all thankful for beautiful autumn & winter Kansas sunsets, the kind we see on the way to dance class after daylight savings time has finally ended.

I wish everyone peace and kindness and love. Please extend the same to others, especially those who are vulnerable and afraid.

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Little Sis Tuesday: Barbie for President

Nine-year-old Little Sis wanted a Little Sis Tuesday to show off her new President/Vice-President Barbie, a gift from her great-grandma for her birthday. Election Day seems like the perfect time to do it! She doesn't actually want to say anything, though. She just wants me to post this photo collage she made for Instagram. Oh, well. By the way, I voted early (last Thursday), and because she was out of school for a dentist appointment, Little Sis went with me! I asked if she wanted to touch the screen to help me cast my vote for President, but she was too shy to do so. I think she was proud to be there, though. If you're a United States citizen and still need to vote, please VOTE TODAY. Make your voice heard! I know my voice will be drowned out in this state, but it doesn't mean I won't try! - Danzel

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