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Thankful Tuesday 3/20/2018

Today I'm thankful for all those things in our homes that make us comfortable. I have a nice large bed with warm blankets. When I get really cold I can turn on my electric blanket and be nice and toasty. When it's too hot we have fans and air conditioners. We've got refrigerators to keep our food cold and stoves to cook that same food. I'm so thankful for all the modern conveniences we have to make our days easier.


  1. I am so thankful for all of these things as well. I really can't imagine living in a time or area where these conveniences were not available.

    1. I often wish that I lived in a simpler time, but think I'm too lazy to go without my appliances :)


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