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Gratitude

Happy Thanksgiving y’all! 😊 

Today is a day that we all should rejoice what we are truly grateful for and admire what we have. It’s definitely a reminder of looking into your life at what truly matters most whether you are surrounded by family or friends or neither. What you have, it could be the person/object that someone else is praying for.

So, keep this thought for any other day, not just the holiday season. We often take everything for granted and just wishing things were different. If we take a look around, ourselves, then most likely we realize how lucky we really are.

Do you have a home for shelter every night? It may not be the greatest or possibly too small, but it works. Not everyone has that luxury.

“This is a day that the Lord has made. We shall rejoice and be glad in it.”

Love what matters. Appreciate the little things.

Have a happy Thanksgiving everyone! Don’t fret 😊 If you happen to burn the food (like I often do), it happens! It’s still edible and can still be enjoyable.

It’s all mind game 😊

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Special Announcement

I have exciting news!!!

So I have been working extremely hard lately and I couldn’t wait to share the news: I will be opening up an Etsy shop!

My crafts will be on the market next week. You can expect unique can koozies, hats, and more! All of them handmade knitted works of art 😊

Link will be provided shortly ☺

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Photography Friday

Hallelujah!! We made it finally to Friday!! 🙂 and as in this special day, I call to celebrate photography Fridays again. This time will make a shout out to the deaf community: Maggie Lee Sayer. Maggie was born deaf in Paducah, Kentucky in 1920 where she spent 51 years of her life on a river houseboat. Could you imagine that life?

As I was reading through her story, she seemed like a remarkable woman. I just wish I knew about her before. Her photos tell the story of her life, from living in the countryside and being on the river. It would definitely be interesting to see especially if you’re familiar with the Tennessee and Kentucky areas.

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