Thirty Days of Thanksgiving and NaBloPoMo

This year I seriously considered not doing Thirty Days of Thanksgiving. I just haven’t been feeling it.  I mentioned that to my husband and he said “well, doesn’t that mean you should?” You see, I’ve done a lot of complaining about my life lately (not here on my blog or elsewhere online, just to a few select “lucky” folks who love me and support me even when I’m a whiner). I don’t have any major problems or issues – we are talking “first world problems” here.

So, after considering my husbands words I decided that indeed this is when I SHOULD be counting my blessings.  Thirty Days of Thanksgiving reminds me just how good I have it, and frankly I need that reminder lately.  So – with that said Year # 4 of Thirty Days of Thankgiving (TDOT) starts tomorrow! As part of the challenge I will blog daily for thirty days through the month of November about the things I am thankful for. I have also registered my blog with NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) where I’ve committed to daily blogging for a full month.

If you’d like to participate in Thirty Days of Thanksgiving I’ll happily share a link to your blog. You can also participate via Facebook, Twitter, Google+…whatever your medium of choice. Send me a link and I’ll share it!

Lets count our blessings, people! Year # 4 – here we go!

NaBloPoMo November 2012

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