30 Days of Thankfulness — Day 12-18

“Gratitude always comes into play; research shows that people are happier if they are grateful for the positive things in their lives, rather than worrying about what might be missing.” — Dan Buettner

Day 12: Thankful for new friends/couples! Met Jen and her finance Greg for wine tasting and a picnic at a potential wedding venue for them! We had such a great time drinking lots of wine and enjoying a relaxing and carefree day. So glad to have friends like them close by!  15027927_10105041502530347_541117310048162697_n

Day 13: Lazy Sunday! Sometimes you just have to do nothing and that’s totally OK!

Day 14: Thankful for co-workers that have turned into really great FRIENDS! I’m talking about you Lilly and Ashley! It’s always a good time when the McConnells/Gangais/Defensors get together! Love having people that Chris and I can hang out with outside of work. These two couples are one of a kind and I’m so glad they are in our life! ❤ ❤

Day 15: Happy 2nd Birthday Dash! This little guy is such a joy in our life and certainly keeps us on our toes! We love you so much buddy! ❤ ❤


Tonight we will celebrate with new toys and lots of playing! Doggy cupcakes will come tomorrow night!

Day 16: Dental care! Visited the dentist today and am very glad to have a clean bill of health for my teeth!

Day 17: My hubby. This guy is my best friend, partner in crime, love of my life and the one who makes me complete. I am so thankful for his continued support, encouragement, love and push to be the best version of myself! I love him more than words can describe and I don’t know where I would be without him! Thank you Chris (Tof) for all that you do and for loving me unconditionally. LOVE you Tof! ❤ ❤

“Troubles, they may come and go, but good times, they’re the gold.”

~ Dave Matthews Band

Day 18: TGIF! Looking forward to a long weekend in Huntington Beach…we will be visiting with Chris’ mom for an early Thanksgiving. Can’t wait to get down to SoCal. I miss the gorgeous fall sunsets and palm trees!

“None is more impoverished than the one who has no gratitude. Gratitude is a currency that we can mint for ourselves, and spend without fear of bankruptcy.” — Fred De Witt Van Amburgh


P.S. Have a great weekend everyone!



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