Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

We interrupt the regularly scheduled series (Godly Gals) to take a minute to celebrate with YOU the beautiful blessings of Thanksgiving!

Right now our family is headed up to the country to visit hubby's grandma.  There's no cell service and limited Internet, which at first sounds kinda scary, but once you are there and you are surrounded by family and lots of yummy southern cooking...well, there's just nothing like it!

I'm praying you have an incredible Thanksgiving with a little time for you to even go off by yourself to think, pray and count each and every one of your blessings!

Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours!!!

We'll meet more Godly Gals next week, until then click on the purple Godly Gals button up on the nav bar to read a few of the Godly Gals that you might have missed!

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