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What are you Thankful for?

Posted by Miranda on Nov 19, 2015

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Turkey, Stuffing, Sweet Potatoes, and Chocolate Pie!! Can you taste it? I know I can. Thanksgiving is only

a few days away. I do not know about all of you, but this girl is ready to eat!! I have many memories of

Thanksgiving at my house. Every year, my sister and I tug at the wishbone from the turkey to see who

gets to make their wish. Usually my sister wins, but this year I am determined to get the bigger piece.

Another one of my favorite memories is waking up to the smell of the food my mom is cooking in the

kitchen and hearing all of my family talking and catching up. I love seeing my family around this time of

year. One Thanksgiving, I decided to write all of my family a personal note just telling them how thankful

I was for them. Seeing their faces as they read their notes was a wonderful memory I will always have.

Family will always be there for you no matter what. This Thanksgiving, make sure your family knows

how thankful you are for them. Give them a really big hug and just say, “I am thankful for you.” I

promise you it will not only make them feel good, it will make you feel good too.

Speaking of family, we have a number of cute tees that represent those special people in your life.

Glancing around the Thanksgiving table, we have shirts that are perfect for the people who make this

holiday so memorable. One of my favorites is “Blessed Southern Mama.” This shirt is perfect for all of

the “Mamas” out there this holiday. "If I would've known Grandkids were so much fun, I would've had

them first!" is a perfect tee for all of the Grandmas who helped start some of the holiday traditions we

still do. Both of these tees can be found on our website by just typing those words in our search bar.

What better way to show your moms and grandmas you love them this holiday than by giving them a

cute tee?

Philippians 4:6 says, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication

with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” With recent events that have happened in

the world; it makes me realize even more how thankful I am for my family. God placed each of us in the

family we have when He created us. It is no accident that your family is your family. It was truly meant

to be.

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