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Friday, November 28, 2008

Thankful

The boys and I participated in the 3rd Annual Run For Food here at the park. Although it was a lot of stop and go we had a good first 5K.

I'm so thankful for so many things. This time of year is so hard sometimes thinking about my Grandparents and wishing I could spend the holidays with them. They have been gone 5 years this coming month. The hubby is having a tough holiday season too. His maternal Gpa passed in June and it seems his Paternal Gpa is close to finding his way Home. The last few years have been hard for him but these last few weeks have been agonizing. The hubby and Hollywood are there with him now taking care of Do Not Transport, Do Not Resuscitate and other paper work to make this time easier for his Gpa and Gma. They are taking shifts so he won't have to be alone during the day.

So much to be thankful for, mostly today... I'm thankful for my children, my wonderfully caring husband and my family and friends. You family and friends in blogging in world count too.

THANK YOU!
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3 comments:

Carolina John said...

Hey Tina! thanks for stopping by my blog, i'm glad you like it. This post looks like you have a lot to be thankful for. Your boys are beautiful! and getting them into a 5k at that age is wonderful. they will develop a lifelong habit that will enhance everything they do, and we should all be so lucky to get our kids involved like that.

My girls are from an upper cervical chiropractor, who is a specialist. i found a listing of uc chiro's at http://www.upper-cervical.com/html/directory.html#CA in california. My guy here in SC is dr. stephen conicello www.upstateclinic.com

oh, and i love the concept of the "sorta single mom". my wife feels the same way, i'm sure. nothing like having 3 kids in the house when you only gave birth to 2, huh?

P.O.M. said...

Happy late thanksgiving.

That's a great pic. I love that you do active stuff wtih your kids. I know it's not the easiest, but you're doing a great job!

Prince taro said...

Merry Christmas