Celebrate the small things

Celebrate the small things

I hope you had a lovely Christmas/Hannukkah everyone. Can’t wait to hear about your adventures.
Please stop by LexaCain.blogspot.com to see what everyone is celebrating. Have a great week and Happy New Year.
Here’s what we’re celebrating this week:

  • Christmas was fantastic! Our sons treated us royally, as always. They’re amazing.
  • Dinner turned out perfectly too. Brendan made some cookies, which was quite an adventure because he forgot to do something with the flour and it was super stiff at first, but he sorted things out and they were yummy.
  • Everyone loved their gifts. Even our dog, Elliott got one. 🙂
Thanks for visiting.
copyright 2016: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne
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6 comments:

  1. Good to hear you had a nice Christmas.

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  2. So nice to hear from you MRR. I’ve missed your messages. Happy New Year!

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  3. Have a Healthy & Happy New Year!

    Marilyn @ onbecomingawriter.com

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  4. You too, Marilyn. I hope it’s the best yet for you.

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  5. It’s great to hear about your fabulous Christmas with your family! Yay for delicious cookies and gifts for everyone, even Elliott! I wish you and your family a happy, peaceful, and prosperous New Year!

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  6. Thank you, Lexa. We really had fun together. Wishing you many blessings in the new year.

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    *reblogged from Dhdunne.blogspot.com

    Copyright 2016: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

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Celebrate the small things

I hope you had a lovely Christmas/Hannukkah everyone. Can’t wait to hear about your adventures.
Please stop by LexaCain.blogspot.com to see what everyone is celebrating. Have a great week and Happy New Year.
Here’s what we’re celebrating this week:

  • Christmas was fantastic! Our sons treated us royally, as always. They’re amazing.
  • Dinner turned out perfectly too. Brendan made some cookies, which was quite an adventure because he forgot to do something with the flour and it was super stiff at first, but he sorted things out and they were yummy.
  • Everyone loved their gifts. Even our dog, Elliott got one. 🙂
Thanks for visiting.
copyright 2016: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne
video by Rhonda Patton:
 
Video by Chris Graham:

Celebrate the small things

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Hi everyone,
First of all, I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah. I hope you have a wonderful holiday and a New Year filled with blessings.
Be sure to stop by LexaCain.blogspot.com to see what she and her blogging partners have to say.

Mostly, we’ll celebrate the Christmas this week, but I do have one other thing to cheer about.

  • I’m looking for freelance writing jobs I can do from home and I applied for one, so that’s what we’re cheering about this week. I don’t know what will happen yet, but at least it’s the first step.
  • My friend and fellow author, Rhonda Patton’s house burned down last week. It’s very sad but we’re grateful she and her family were not home at the time. Now they’re working on finding a new place to live. If any of you would like to help, she has a gofundme.com page here:
  • https://www.gofundme.com/carpayment1000She hasn’t been able to update her page because she doesn’t have a new computer yet.
  • I won a gift certificate so I bought myself something special with it. Thank you, Virginia Wright.
Let me know what you’re celebrating this week.
copyright 2016: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne
*reblogged from dhdunne.blogspot.com

Priceless Gifts

Tony A. Smith

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Christmas is a time for being with family, good food, giving gifts, and celebrating the birth of Christ. Let us not forget though, that some of the most meaningful gifts we can give come from our heart and need not cost anything at all.  Here are a few of those …..

– Shovel snow off your neighbors sidewalk and driveway.

– Rather than give advice to someone, ask for some.

– Open the door for someone else.

– Read stories in your local library to children or seniors who can’t.

– Help in your local nursing home by  just visiting and talking with some of the residents there who never have anyone to come and visit them.

– Let someone go on ahead of you while in line at the store.

– Give away some of your secret and most favorite recipes to your friends.

– Visit the Humane Society…

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Celebrate the small things

 

Celebrate the small things

Hi Everyone,
Hope you had a great week. Thanks for stopping by.  Please visit LexaCain.blogspot.com to see what everyone is cheering about. The idea is to celebrate big things and small. I’d love to hear from you.
Here’s what we’re celebrating this week:

 

  • A new banner for Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog. If any of you would like book banners, covers, or any kind of graphic art, I hope you’ll contact Rhonda Patton. She’s my friend and a very gifted author as well. Her website is FreckledFrogDesigns.com.
  • Christmas is almost here. It’s a great time of the year to reflect on your blessings.
  • We got some pretty good news we didn’t expect.
  • New covers for our living room chair. They are way overdue. 🙂
Have a great week with lots to celebrate.