Thursday, December 16, 2010

Thankful Thursday

Let's share what we're thankful for today. I almost went with safety pins, but decided on these instead:



I'm so blessed to have three amazing children. Each unique and wonderful in his or  her own way. When I was younger and envisioned my life and a family, I never dreamed it would be this good.

How about you?  What's bringing you joy today?

11 comments:

Naomi Ruth said...

I am thankful for safety pins too...

And you have such lovely children! :)

Right now I was not feeling very Gratefully, so I was thankful for the reminder that Slow Computers and messed up Printers are not the center of my universe. I am most definitely thankful for bloggy friends :)

Mary Lindsey said...

Thanks for the comment, Naomi. I completely understand frustration with all things technical. Nothing can put me in a foul mood faster than a messed up computer. Hope it all works out.

lbdiamond said...

Safety pins, LOL!

I'm thankful for the support of my writerly pals!

Mary Lindsey said...

I've been thankful for safety pins on a regular basis, Laura. They are the unsung heroes of my life. Never underestimate them... ;)

lexcade said...

Your children are so adorable!

I'm also thankful for my writerly pals. I don't know where I'd be without them.

Lydia K said...

I'm going to pick a little, tiny thing. My sweater, which is super soft and keeping me warm from neck to knees. I look like a bag lady but I'm warm and happy!

Lydia K said...

Oh, and your kids are so beautiful!
:)

Mary Lindsey said...

Hi, Lexade. Thanks! And yeah, writerly pals--where'd we be without them is right!

Thanks for stopping by, Lydia. Your sweater sounds AMAZING. We need pics. ;)

dana said...

I'm happy to have QT writers who now know me. I'm happy to report I'm not where I want to be yet, but not where I once was: not as well as I'd like, but not as sick as I could be. How's that?

David P. King said...

I'd happy knowing that I have regular readers of my blog (who don't have blogs or accounts themselves, but it's nice knowing I'm read), and having such a wonderful support and critic group. That and letting my son ride on my foot while I'm trying to walk around the house. Good work out :)

Anonymous said...

I too am thankful for my 3 children (2 boys and a girl). They are all grown now and are great adults and I have the greatest one to be thankful for- a week old grandbaby!
And also for great writer friends!!