Happy Thanksgiving to all of you.

I normally like to keep my blog to decorating and junk treasures but today with it being Thanksgiving I decided to do a more personal post.

First let me say I am so thankful for all the wonderful new blog friends I have met and come to know over these past few months.  Your beautiful blogs inspire me and your wonderful feedback and comments on my blog are so appreciated.  May you, your family and friends all have a blessed and wonderful day today.

My post is about what I truly feel blessed to have in my life and that is my family.  We will all be together today to celebrate this wonderful holiday .  That is a miracle in itself.  We are a family of firefighters and nurses so getting everyone on the same schedule for a holiday is a blessing itself.  So I am truly grateful today to have my family all together.

I wanted to share some pictures of my beautiful family.


Oh My who are these "young" people!!!! My hubby and I married 32 years ago.  Where does the time go.

Here we are 32 years later after a fun vacation where we went  back to our Honeymoon spot.  Ohhhh look at the tans!!!!!!

My beautiful daughter Jennifer and her little daughter Abby.

My beautiful other daughter Kimmie.

My son in law Tim and daughter Jen and little Abby.

Just when you think you could not love anything more than your children they give you a grandchild.  Love of my life.

She's my little angel.

Sorry to indulge but I love this picture of her. Captures her sweet personality.

As I think about all things I am thankful for today I feel so blessed for my family.
My little Angel I got from my husband for an early Christmas present has moved.  I think she is going to be the moving angel!!! I know I showed you pictures of her on my theater seats in my front entry and on the old shabby chippy barn door in my family room.  Well now she has found her way into my vintage Christmas tree.  I have a lot of angel ornaments on my Christmas tree so now she is sitting with all the angel ornaments in the tree.




I think she looks pretty content and happy here in the Christmas Tree.





I used the sepia feature on my picture file to make her look even more vintage in this photo.