Thanksgiving

 

 

 

IMG_6254This November we had a Thanksgiving tree and (almost) every day we each named something we were thankful for.  Here are a few of the things that were named.

Isaac: Movie night, A new Encyclopedia Brown book, Candy, Finishing school before lunch, Books, Stephen, Ice water, Saturdays, Math on the computer, Legos, Breakfast, Easter

Stephen: S’mores, Popcorn, National Geographic, Magic tricks, Lego Batman, Going to the library, Monkey bread, New books from the thrift store, Angry Birds, A pat of butter at Nonie’s, Math on the computer, Checkers, White chocolate chips, The McWane Center, Science experiments

Jack: Grapefruit, Book Sales, Ice-cream, Candy, Watching Lego movies, Legos, Tools, Chess, Wood, Monkey Bread, Marvel Lego Xbox, Apple Juice

Gabriel: The marble track Grandpa made, Planet mobile, Olives with jalapeños, Hotdogs, Coffee, Pancakes, Kombucha Tea, Costumes, Thanksgiving, The Library, Lego sets, Sock Monkey, Decorating Christmas cookies, Apple Cider

Sebastian: Nonie, Gabriel, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack, Christmas, Going to the library, Soup, The science experiment with mentos and coke

Adam: Champagne, Fall colors, My job, Cider, Music, Shakespeare, Reading to the boys, Wendy, Talking with friends at SBL, Coffee, Languages, Being with Wendy in Baltimore, Good health, Understanding Georgian, Nice smells

Wendy: Fridays, Having a fun day together, Good friends, That Gran is better, Fall colors and weather, a date with Adam, Quiet moments, Being all together as a family, Playing with the boys, The Lord’s Supper, New windows, A comfortable house, Good food, Church, Things that work

 

 

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About Wendy McCollum

I am a single mom to five wonderful boys. Life is an adventure, with many twists and turns. We live in hope, always, for our great God can redeem all things. There are so many funny and precious moments that slip by too fast. Perhaps here I can save them for when my own memory fails.
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One Response to Thanksgiving

  1. Ronald McCollum says:

    Save this somehow. These memories will mean so very much many years from now.

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