November 16, 2011

Wake Up Wednesday

Last week's challenge was to share this link on Facebook, to help girls in other countries who need sanitary protection items.  If you didn't participate it's not too late.  It'll only take a few seconds as well.


This week's challenge is....

 to write a list of 50 things you're thankful for.  I think this is fitting, with Thanksgiving on the way.  Being grateful makes us happier people, and frankly I think it makes us more fun to be around.  Tiffany shared the quote above with me the other day that I loved.  I wrote it out on picnik for us.

Thanks for reading.

8 comments:

  1. Awesome! Totally goes with the conversation my husband and I had this morning! I am doing this and will also post the challenge on my fb. :)

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  2. I shared the link on my facebook page.

    I will definitely be doing the list. I need a visible reminder that I am so very blessed. Life is not always easy, but it's worth it.

    Thanks Cheri!

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  3. So I "kind of" did this and am in the process of doing this. We made a thankful turkey and have been writing things we are grateful for on one feather each a day. Our turkey has tons of feathers already and we still have a bit of time to go!

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  4. :) You're too sweet.

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  5. Where did you get the vintage looking yellow timer? Love it! :)

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  6. I LOVE your sign! Thanks for sharing...Focusing on gratitude is what has gotten me through some rough times in my life. I use to have a written journal,but recently switched over to a photo gratitude journal.I love doing it! If you're interested in how I do it... http://www.stylebaggage.com/?p=1483
    HAPPY MONDAY!

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