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Black Friday? Not for me. :)

I’ve rechristened today, the 29th of November, 2013, from “black Friday” to “blessed Friday”.  :)  The gratitude we celebrated yesterday lingers, a deep and sweet knowledge that no matter what circumstances we may find ourselves in, there is always reason to offer thanks, whether aloud or in the silence of our hearts.  (This, you see, is where God lives, not in distraction and hurry, not in some far-off heaven, but right here, in that peaceful inner place we call the heart.)

Now, don’t get nervous.  I’m not fixing to preach a sermon, here.  I’m just speaking from my own heart, telling 

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Thanksgiving and more

Today is Weight Watchers day–I expect to do okay, even though I indulged a little more than I probably should have during the recent visit to Seattle.  :)  Thing is, I didn’t go wild, so it’s all good.  I tend to alternate between a very good week (last week, an amazing 6 pounds) and a leveling-out week anyway.

We’re doing a very casual Thanksgiving at the Triple L–much of the crew is Canadian, and they had their Thanksgiving back in October, so they’re not ready for another holiday dinner just yet, especially with Christmas so close.  I’m cooking up a small

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