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Old 02-08-2018, 02:23 AM
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Gratitude.
Admiration.
Joy.
Pride.

I am grateful that our DS, who commutes from home while finishing his degree, is such good company when he's home. We enjoy him so much!


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Old 02-08-2018, 05:44 AM
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Iím grateful my son had time to help me move some big furniture so I could clean before the carpet install.

I was joyful he brought my granddaughter with him. I always love seeing my sweet girl!

Iím proud of and admire my colleagues who worked so hard on the school drama production. Itís wonderful!
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Old 02-08-2018, 07:38 PM
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I'm grateful for my DH. (It's his birthday today! )

I'm joyful that we have our first (& hopefully only) snow day tomorrow. It's been a looooong couple of weeks & I could really use a day to be a slug!

I'm proud of DD for coming to me with a problem she had, along with a couple of compromises as ways to solve it.

I admire my sisters for always thinking of/helping my 92 year old mom. (All of my siblings help in the ways we can but the 2 who live closest & are retired do the most.)

This is a great thread, Munchkins. Really made me think tonight! Thanks!
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Old 02-08-2018, 08:05 PM
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Gratitude.
Admiration.
Joy.
Pride.

I am grateful that my son is okay. He cut his arm with a razor at work. It is not as bad as it could be. He will need to get a tetanus shot on tomorrow.

I admire my family of hard workers. My three kids have hard workers and have set out on their journey in the world.

I have joy for life even though it is tough sometimes.

I am proud to be teaching after school. The kids are hard workers and very mannerable. This is my first time teaching after school and it is very tiresome. I doubt I will do it next year but I am proud of our accomplishments this year.
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