pie for breakfast

Some guy brought me flowers.

Ok it wasn’t just some guy. But that’s another story.

I am so busy this week. If I can just survive and make it to this weekend, I’ll be fine.

If I survive.

Happy breakfast everyone! This is from the vending machine at work. I’m praying that it’s as delicious as I hope it’s going to be.

Yesterday Heidi gave a fantastic Family Home Evening that I wanted to share with ya’ll. Maybe you can use this for your next Family Night!

She asked us to all look around the room and see all the red things. She then asked us to close our eyes, and tell her everything in the room that was purple. We all struggled to recall the purple things in the room. She then explained that if we were focused on one thing, we wouldn’t see all the other amazing things around us. She talked about how we should be grateful for EVERYTHING not just focus on some things. She then told us how for the month of November, she was challenged to write ten things each day she was thankful for. That became hard after a few days, and really pushed her to think of un-ordinary things that she was thankful for. Then we made hand turkeys and had to write five un-ordinary things that we were thankful for on each of the fingers.

Basically you should do this for your family night or for an activity to remember Thanksgiving!

Happy Tuesday everyone!

3 Comments

  1. Flowers? Enjoy that now because once you get married you get flowers once a year – twice if you're lucky 🙂 Love the pie for breakfast – my dad always says to eat dessert first in case you don't have time to finish eating. He can get away with it thought since he's 6'2\” and 160 lbs. New follower – Whit @ Raspy Wit

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  2. I just spent a good 45 minutes on your blog. It's delightful. Twice a year?? Oh dear….maybe I'll do a blog post all about the importance of getting flowers and have your husband read it!Your dad is a very intelligent man. I think I'll adopt that as my new life motto.You are delightful:)

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  3. I just spent a good 45 minutes on your blog. It's delightful. Twice a year?? Oh dear….maybe I'll do a blog post all about the importance of getting flowers and have your husband read it!Your dad is a very intelligent man. I think I'll adopt that as my new life motto.You are delightful:)

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