Tuesday, December 11, 2012

December Thanksgivings

Just a post, counting up to 1000, to record His blessings and gifts daily.

My Journey to 1000 Gifts
801.  These two get married on the 20th
 
802.  How cool this wood looks
803.  A healthy green smoothie (combine lots of leafy greens, berries, 1 cup ice, 1 cup water, 1 tbsp honey.  Blend.)
804.  Easy cinnamon rolls out of leftover pie crust
805.  That this class is over!
806.  That is ended like this...
 807.  This face.  And how he makes me laugh with his glasses like this
 
808.  Doctors to help mom's fractured foot
809.  Big bowls of chili, sweet potato fries, and no bake chocolate peanut butter cookies
810.  A night down, a night slow with a movie
811.   Registering for classes next semester, getting closer to nursing school
812.   The slowness of this season, when its chosen
814.  A very proactive, servant-minded husband
815.  Ryan finding medical equipment that works-hallelujiah
815.  The deep heart comfort of being cuddled on the couch next to my love
817.  Brainstorming with someone wise and seasoned about school decisions
818.  A big bag of flour waiting to be made into goodies
819.  Bridal showers, hair and nail appointments, rehearsal dinners galore
820.  Bread of Life-never going hungry
821.  Tape to hold down wrapped corners
822.  Bright guest room
823.  Packing Ryan lunches to go
824.  Something charming about food packed in mason jars
825.  Feet cozy into slippers to get the morning started
826.  Enormous mountains right out the front door
827.  How Ryan loves to be warm-covering us in quilts and putting on socks to stay cozy  
828.  A million twinkling Christmas lights
829.  Washinginton St in Golden all decked out and the Visitor's Center tree!
830.  Bright green of a new avocado
831.  Free burlap coffee bags!
832.  Looking at the mess around my house...and napping instead
833.  Passionate religious, political talks
 834.  Empty chili bowls and a no bake cookie to top off the meal         
835.  Homemade pot pie

     

2 comments:

  1. The potpie looks delish! Uhh you got a recipe for that? LOL

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    1. Of course! http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2009/11/quick-recipe-leftover-turkey-pot-pie/

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