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Goodbye 2017; Hello 2018




With 2017 behind us, this is a good time to reflect on life and remind yourself of the things to be thankful for. So I put a list together of a few things I'm thankful for and what keeps me going in life!


  • Our Lord
  • My Family
  • My Friends
  • My neighbors and the wonderful neighborhood my hubby, kids and I live in
  • Our home
  • Our health
  • Employment
  • All the opportunities I've had working with engaged couples and meeting their families
  • Music! (without it, life would be dull)
  • Wining and Dining in a nice restaurant (I'm a bit of a foodie and wine snob :-) )
  • Our yard because I love to spend time in it during Spring/Summer
  • Being able to get out and run no matter how fast or slow I am.
  • Having the opportunity to give back when we can
I hope 2018 brings prosperity, laughter, love, lots of great memories and good health to you all!!


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