Happy Friday to you! Here at Nananors, I am doing a happy dance because my man gets home today.
I've got a full morning: walk, then our antique store in town is having their Christmas Open House so Kam and I will be checking out their sale items, looking for bargains. After that, I will be giving the house a once over; I may even try to cut down some bushes in the back yard that Hunter loves to walk under, but that leave him covered with dried, dead blossoms-you would not believe what he looks like when he's been out playing. I head down to the airport mid-afternoon and just can't wait. I am so thankful that hubby went out to help his brother, but I tell you that I don't like it when he is gone. A day or so doesn't bother me but much longer and I just miss him like crazy. Last night there was a kid, probably, in the yard kitty-corner and he whistled when I was outside telling Hunter to go potty. No, I've never been frightened in this home before, but for some reason last night I was; it sounded like the person was in our yard. I hurried inside, locked all the doors and closed all the drapes. I checked after that and no one was there. I just realized that this is possibly due to the fact that when I was a young teen, babysitting, someone tried to break in the house I was at. Thankfully the guy didn't get in, but he was able to see me through the window and talked and actually tried to cut the window. It was freaky I tell you. I can walk through those memories today as if it was yesterday. So I guess I get a bit anxious when I hear a guy in the yard-or think he is in my yard. In truth, he could have been on the street behind out homes.
So today, I am thankful that my fear was unfounded. I am thankful that hubby did what he went to do in Ca. I am thankful for angels all around us, especially when we don't know that harm is out there.
I am thankful for sunshine.
Have a thankful day, my friends.
Noreen & Hunter
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