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What makes you feel grateful for everything you have in your life? For me it is hearing the wind howl in the trees outside. I’ll explain…

Last night, I crawled into bed at 1 a.m. after finishing an editing project, and as I sighed and got all cozy and warm next to Landon, I heard the wind howl outside. There is something about that noise that instantly makes me appreciate that I have a roof over my head. Sure, most people do, but it’s not just about having a roof over my head. It starts there and makes me think about all the other things I have in my life.

We are by no means rich, but we always have enough food to eat. I shop with coupons, partly because I like to — it’s a game to see how much less I can pay, I think of them as found money — but also because Don and I are both freelancers and you never know when the next paycheck will come in. We rent (read more)

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Comment by Grocery Mama on March 26, 2009 at 3:59pm
This is such a great post!

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