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Michael and RileyThe theme of today’s blog hop is ANSWERED PRAYERS, and I definitely have many in my life to be thankful for. Actually, my entire life is comprised of answered
prayers. First and foremost, I was blessed with being a pretty
intelligent woman. This led me to become the first college graduate in
my family and college is where I was lucky enough to meet my future
husband, Michael. He is such a gift to me that I could write the rest
of this blog solely on how great our relationship is, but I have four
other answered prayers that cannot go unmentioned either. I can’t
believe it, but I actually got the whole package. You know what I’m
talking about ladies…the whole picket-fence scenario. I have a
wonderful husband, a beautiful home, an amazing daughter, and even a
loving dog…and to top it all off, I even have the last name of CLEAVER
too! :) (I know what you’re thinking, and no, I
don’t have a son named “The Beaver”). Finally, I even have a patented
invention called Toothpaste 2 Go, which we are building our own small
business around. If it takes off half as well as “Bubba Teeth” or the
“Shamwow”, we could be financially set too! I don’t know what I ever
did to deserve any of these answered prayers, but I am thankful every
day for my life and I do my best to try and give back to my fellow human
beings. I’d like to think that with the right attitude, I could
possibly answer a prayer or two for someone else soon.

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