Celebrate the Small Things – FAMILY and MORE

Hey everyone! It’s Friday again and time for another posting of Celebrate the Small Things brought to us by LEXA CAINPost anything in life that you’re celebrating, no matter how small or big, on your blog.

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This week has been extremely busy but I have a lot to celebrate!

  1. I had a wonderful time with my daughter over Easter weekend. She drove me around running errands and to the supermarket for groceries Saturday. Unfortunately, on the way back we got a flat thanks to a pothole and had to wait for a tow truck to put my donut on. Our Easter dinner was Italian delivery because by the time we made it back it was late.
  2. My alter ego is still hanging in there on the A-Z Challenge. If you’d like to see how I’m doing, check out my other blog – lilicasplace.
  3. I’ve made some wonderful new blogger friends over the past couple of weeks. That makes me happy.
  4. Most of all, I’m still here and have people that truly care for me, both online and off.

What have you celebrated this week?

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things – FAMILY and MORE

  1. wallcat

    Shame about the tire, but having to get an Italian isn’t too much of a raw deal – Good for you putting a positive spin on an otherwise frustrating situation. Meeting new, friendly and interesting people through blogging is always fun.

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  2. lexacain

    How peculiar that you got a flat on Easter. But I bet the tow-truck driver who was working hard really appreciates the work that came his way. Italian take-out sounds great to me. Good luck with the A-Z, and have a lovely weekend! 🙂

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  3. Catherine Ensley

    Oh, to live where you can order Italian takeout. Sounds like it was a wonderful holiday, despite the unfortunate flat tire. I’m celebrating my daughter’s 40th birthday over at my site. (catherineensley.com)

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    1. My Miracle Life Post author

      I’m lucky, because it’s only about three miles down the road. Otherwise there’s nothing. Lol.

      Wish your daughter a Happy Birthday for me. Thanks for the visit and comment. Have a great weekend. Hugs.

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