Friday, 15 November 2013

30 Days of Thankful | Days 9-15

There was still a fair bit to be thankful for this week, even if being poorly wasn't one of them.  The relationship they have with one another; swimming lessons; a husband who is self-employed; social media; sitting down jobs; Lower School swimming and unexpected prizes.

What are you thankful for this week?

9 comments:

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I am thankful to be feeling better each day and for my mobility returning. After the fall.

xo

Sheila

debs14 said...

I love those fin floats! He's still younger than I was learning to swim - I was 26!
Pleased to see that you are feeling better, what a nasty virus that was.

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Oh my gosh, the little floaty vests for swim lessons are adorable! Never saw anything like those before. :o)

So sorry that you were sick this week, but they did make for a couple of really nice thankful pages!

Have a great weekend!

Amy said...

I hope by now you are starting to feel a lot better Ruth - if not washed out as those nasty virus bugs really knock you about!
Even though you were sick, it is lovely to see that you managed to see some positive and thankful parts to the week.

dawn said...

Hello, glad you could share this week. Hope your feeling better soon. I'm thankful for a helpful husband too, he gets more done in an hour then I do all day. I also recently won two prizes and was thrilled when I saw my name there.
Have a good week!

Cheri said...

So sorry you were sick Ruth - hope you are feeling better by now! And congrats on your prize win. That had to make a lousy week so much better.

Sian said...

It's good to hear that you are feeling better. look after yourself - those things can linger if you don't take it easy.

I'm wondering how the baking went?

alexa said...

That fin photo is just wonderful - and so sorry to read you have been under the weather :(. Not fun ... Hoping you have recovered nicely now.

Beth Soler said...

I love the way you did your pages and it is wonderful to have a partner that helps around the house especially one that works from home. Hope you are feeling better.

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