A Thanksgiving Tag

So this will most likely be my last post of the week because like most of you I will be spending time with family over the holidays and very little time on the computer. I might get a post drafted for Friday if I am feeling ambitious but we will have to see how it goes. 

Anyhow today I thought I would do a fun little Thanksgiving Question/Tag type post!  If you feel like joining in and answering the questions yourself be sure to send me the link so that I can read them!

What is your favorite Thanksgiving food? Sweet Potatoes/Mashed Potatoes....actually pretty much any of the carb items are my favorite.

What quirky Thanksgiving traditions do you have? We don't really have any quirky ones but we often go to the movies as a family after the dinner is finished. I love doing this. Last weekend we did the same thing and it was just so much fun.

What electronic device are you most grateful for and why? Honestly probably my phone. It connects me even if I don't want to talk to people. I can check important emails, browse Pinterest, or just listen to audio books while cleaning. I'd miss it if I didn't have it. (Which I didn't on Monday and it was a major bummer.)

Where do you normally celebrate Thanksgiving? We always celebrate at each of the parents' homes. It takes some maneuvering and sometimes we celebrate on different days but we get to everyone and each celebration is special.

What items do you use daily are you most grateful for? My coffee pot, My Journal, and My skin care products

What skill are you most grateful for? I almost put writing but what really struck me is I wanted to put that I can sing. So I'm going to go with my ability to sing. Kyra loves it when I sing and I love it when she joins in singing songs that I've sung to her since she was just a baby.

What act of kindness are you most grateful for? My family is the greatest act of kindness I know. Honestly just getting to be part of them is what I'm most grateful for.

What flaw of yours are you actually grateful for? The fact that I get overly excited about everything. I think it is good to be excited. I think it is perfectly okay to be jump up and down happy about anything and everything. Joy is a powerful thing.

What are you most grateful for from this past year? This question is a tough one. This year has been especially hard. With that being said it is in the hard times that you find out just who you are. I think this year has made me mature more than I thought I needed. I also think it showed me how strong I am and that despite it all...I can still find joy.

I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving! For those that aren't celebrating (or already have for my Canadian friends) I hope you just have an awesome week too!


  1. "Joy is a powerful thing." Love this.
    My dad can sing really well, and I have childhood memories of family roadtrips listening to my dad sing...I hope Kyra has those same fond memories of hearing you sing.


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