I am a little late….but in case you were wondering, this year was the best Thanksgiving EVER!
This Fall has certainly been crazy for Team Too Busy (that is our family’s new nickname…and it is certainly fitting!) It was great to be able to spend a few days with family resting and reflecting upon the past year.
Blessings in which we are thankful to God for:
-The health of our family
-A growing little munchkin affectionately referred to as “Baby Addie”
-The sell of our first home
-Plans for the building of our dream home right next door to family
-Waring’s graduation from Luther Rice Seminary and Bible College this December!
-Friendships that can withstand moving across the country, to other continents, and training for a half-marathon
-The ability to cross many new things off the Ole Bucket List
-The gift of grace, mercy, and salvation through Christ
This Thanksgiving was EXTRA SPECIAL because I got the opportunity to mark off TWO Bucket List Items:
1. The start of a new tradition: Thanksgiving Table Cloth! (Each year I will get all of our family to sign their names and a little message. I will hand stich embroidery over the names. Each year the names will be stitched in a different color to denote a different year. Pretty soon we will have a FULL table cloth representing how FULL our lives are as we surround ourselves with family and friends each holiday season.
2. The next occurred after Thanksgiving, and is something that I have always wanted to do: Trapeze Lessons! Thanks to my sister, AJ, who is always up for my crazy schemes and outrageous ideas, we drove to Orlando, climbed a 30ft ladder, and took the leap! We had a blast…and I think AJ may change her major to Trapeze/Circus Performing Arts.
***Also, Waring got to do something he had always wanted to do…go to the Turkey Rod Run in Daytona, FL. Going to this car show has always been something he has wanted to do, but something has always come up. This year we were able to take a family mini-vacay! Addie got to play on the Beach, we shopped with Mama, AJ and I swung from a trapeze bar, and Dad and Waring got to drool over thousands of classic cars and outrageous hotrods. I can’t wait until next year. It was a blast!