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#365daysofgratitude – Week 6

#365daysofgratitude is my challenge for 2017 to share one photo a day on Instagram of something I am grateful for. I took part in a similar challenge last year and loved it so am looking forward to continuing with it this year. Here are the things that I’ve been grateful for over the past week:

 

Day 36 – I am grateful for paper and stickers helping to protect the modesty of Jessica’s dolly at church today!

Day 37 – I am grateful for time to craft and get creative. The girls have been having fun creating pictures today with some craft boxes we’ve been sent.

Day 38 – I am grateful for fun in the garden after school. Jessica was quite fascinated by the leaf skeleton we found.

 

Paper and stickers to make a dolly's dress, getting creative with a craft box, fun in the garden and discovering a leaf skeleton, a little girl who loves to dust, recipes books to provide meal inspiration, new glasses and the joy of seeing snow falling - the things I've been thankful for this week

Day 39 – I am grateful for a little girl who loves to dust. Think this is a phase I need to take full advantage of!

Day 40 – I am grateful for recipe books for those moments when I look in the cupboard and wonder what on earth I’m going to make for dinner. Cheesy corn and broccoli pasta seems to be a hit!

Day 41 – I am grateful for new glasses. Jessica loves her new Rapunzel ones.

Day 42 – I am grateful for the pure joy a little fall of snow brings. Shame it hasn’t settled though!

2 thoughts on “#365daysofgratitude – Week 6

  1. Plutonium Sox

    Ooh we love broccoli cheese pasta! I’m trying to avoid carbs at the moment so it’s a real treat to have it and I usually make the sauce separate from the pasta so I can just eat the broccoli cheese. Love that Sophie is enjoying dusting, definitely something to make the most of!
    Nat.x

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    1. Louise Post author

      The broccoli cheese pasta was very yummy, especially with the corn too. I’m enjoying the dusting phase – am sure it won’t last but I’ll certainly be making the most of it as long as it does! 🙂

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