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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

I'm Thankful for 3s, 4s, and 5s

I know....I know.....I haven't been keeping up with my Thankful Project posts. I'm two days behind!!! It seems fitting though because I seem to be running a little behind in every other aspect of my life too--it's that horrible procrastinating habit of mine. 

However I'm making up for it by posting three days today and hopefully catching up enough to post some "real" content here in the next few days. Probably won't happen but I can hope. Speaking of things happening, did you see the lovely new picture of me and the hubs in our about me blurb? Hubby surprised last weekend with a tripod for my camera and I absolutely couldn't wait to use it. We were originally supposed to test it out with a photo shoot at the beach, but ended up only being able to sneak a few photos in Monday night after work. Oh the Army! I'm really happy with the few pictures we were able to snap and I can't wait to use our handy dandy new tripod again next weekend. (Crossed fingers, knock on wood, and all that luck rubbish)

So anyway on to the Thankful project. 


Day 3 (a place)-- I've had the chance to visit quite a few states in my 22 23 years and there hasn't been one that's felt more like home than Montana. The gorgeous Rocky mountains, the snow, the blue sky that seems to stretch to forever....something about the state of my husband's birth just makes me feel more alive. It's absolutely one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen and the only place I have ever felt at home. 

Day 4 (an experience)-- When I decided to leave New Hampshire for Montana, I really had no idea that what was supposed to be a summer vacation would turn into so much more. Not only did I find a place I could call home, but also a second family to call mine as well. And of course, I also got a husband out of the deal so all in all it was the very best extended vacation I ever took!

Day 5 (a talent)-- The hubs and I both agree on this one--cooking is my very best talent. And I'm so thankful that it is because, not only does it mean we don't eat ramen noodles for dinner every night, but it's also another way to express creativity. Plus it makes me happy....and it's always more fun when you're good at something that makes you happy. 

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

I'm Thankful for 3s, 4s, and 5s

I know....I know.....I haven't been keeping up with my Thankful Project posts. I'm two days behind!!! It seems fitting though because I seem to be running a little behind in every other aspect of my life too--it's that horrible procrastinating habit of mine. 

However I'm making up for it by posting three days today and hopefully catching up enough to post some "real" content here in the next few days. Probably won't happen but I can hope. Speaking of things happening, did you see the lovely new picture of me and the hubs in our about me blurb? Hubby surprised last weekend with a tripod for my camera and I absolutely couldn't wait to use it. We were originally supposed to test it out with a photo shoot at the beach, but ended up only being able to sneak a few photos in Monday night after work. Oh the Army! I'm really happy with the few pictures we were able to snap and I can't wait to use our handy dandy new tripod again next weekend. (Crossed fingers, knock on wood, and all that luck rubbish)

So anyway on to the Thankful project. 


Day 3 (a place)-- I've had the chance to visit quite a few states in my 22 23 years and there hasn't been one that's felt more like home than Montana. The gorgeous Rocky mountains, the snow, the blue sky that seems to stretch to forever....something about the state of my husband's birth just makes me feel more alive. It's absolutely one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen and the only place I have ever felt at home. 

Day 4 (an experience)-- When I decided to leave New Hampshire for Montana, I really had no idea that what was supposed to be a summer vacation would turn into so much more. Not only did I find a place I could call home, but also a second family to call mine as well. And of course, I also got a husband out of the deal so all in all it was the very best extended vacation I ever took!

Day 5 (a talent)-- The hubs and I both agree on this one--cooking is my very best talent. And I'm so thankful that it is because, not only does it mean we don't eat ramen noodles for dinner every night, but it's also another way to express creativity. Plus it makes me happy....and it's always more fun when you're good at something that makes you happy. 

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