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Thankful BlogHop

Today, my post is short and sweet.

I'm Thankful for my husband's NEW JOB and knowing I will soon be in a house and out of my waterless camper!!

AND

My children will all be celebrating Thanksgiving together with me on Monday. I'm so happy I could burst!

Have a great weekend my friends!
Thanks Brenda, for hosting this hop!

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  1. What great news and happy thanksgiving

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  2. I can't believe you have been doing this great blog while living in a camper without water! YOU ROCK! Thanks for all the help, my novel has taken off and is going in places I never thought it would go. I'm really enjoying the workshop, it's helped me so much. THANK YOU and have a great Thanksgiving. :)

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    1. I am so glad you are making such awesome progress!! And thanks for the sweet comment. You made me smile:)

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  3. Wow- sounds like a difficult situation! Glad things are looking up for you :)

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  4. And you manage to write a blog too. Have a great thanksgiving:))

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  5. p.s I love your blog title picture:)

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  6. Running water is a must for me! Glad your husband has a job, you'll have a house, and you'll have your kids Monday.

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  7. Oh blissful running water and new home. We celebrate with you. Happy, happy Thanksgiving, Talynn!

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    1. You never know what you've got until its gone, and blissful definitely describes my attitude!
      Thanks Julie. Happy Thanksgiving to you too

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  8. Congrats on the new job and new home! Yes, running water is the best! :D Happy, happy for you and enJOY your holiday! Looks like there is lots to celebrate :D
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    1. Thanks Ella! I'm really looking forward to this week:)

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  9. Wonderful news, congrats. Enjoy the time with your family. Happy Thanksgiving :)

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  10. That is sooo exciting!!! I didn't know you were living in a camper. When I was a little girl, my dad and I lived in a two man tent for a few months until the camp owner had pity on us and let us use an abandoned camper until we could get back on our feet. It was such a hard time, but wow, the memories. You don't forget things like that! It really does put things in perspective. I'm so happy that you're seeing your light at the end of the tunnel:)

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  11. Awesome! Congrats on your hubby's job and the have a fantastic time with your kids! :)

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  12. Wonderful - congratulations to your hubby for his new job and congrats to getting out of the camper. Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for joining in the blog hop! <3

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