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Giving Thanks

I noticed on Facebook that people are posting what they are thankful for each day, so I figured I would just incorporate it into my blog :)  I'm a few days behind now, so just a bit of back tracking to do:

Day 1:  I'm thankful that Stella is getting better.  Her vet appt was Nov. 1st and she's making progress, just needs another week on the meds.  I did get peed on by her this day, but I'm still thankful to have her :)

Day 2:  I am thankful for my Daddy - his birthday is Nov. 2nd.  Although I don't see him as much as I want, its great to know he's always there!  I'm looking forward to our Daddy/Daughter trip next weekend!! Woohoo!!

Day 3:  I am thankful for my lungs.  Although they aren't the best at times, I'm still glad to have them!  I've missed a few Zumba classes the past two weeks due to other plans and a few lazy evenings, but I went back and loved it...so did my lungs!

Day 4:  I'm so very thankful that the puppies decided to sleep until 7:30am today which makes my Friday even better.  They have been getting up between 6 and 6:30 am this week, which is highly unusual for them.  So the extra sleep has made my day!  I don't function very well on less than 8 hours of sleep a night, so I've been a bit drained from the early rising.  I'm hoping this means they are getting back to the old schedule of 7-7:30 am wake ups.

I hope everyone has a great weekend - Happy Friday!!

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