Honeychick Homestead

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Thankful Thursday #18 – February

Hey, hey, it’s the last Thursday of the month, so that means its time for my Thankful Thursday post! Here are the ten things I was thankful for this month!

  1. Happy for the rainy weekend we had the first weekend of this month!
  2. Thankful for the 80 degree weather we had the following weekend! It was warm enough to enjoy dinner outside at the Crow’s Nest and see this beautiful sunset.

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    Sunset from the top deck at the Crow’s Nest

  3. Helping my sister-in-law launch her fundraising site for Lyme treatment. Check it out at http://www.mgoesbananas.wordpress.com. I’d be grateful if you donated or shared her page!
  4. Booking tickets for my mom and aunt to visit me and my sister next month, very excited to see them!
  5. Harvesting some of my winter carrots!

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    Tasty winter carrots!

  6. Passing the four-month mark since my treatment and Infusio, and I’m still feeling good!  I’ll share my four-month update next week.
  7. Having my husband put down gravel to help with erosion and create a path behind our house. That was my Valentine’s Day gift, and it was perfect since my love language is acts of service!
  8. Picking lots of Meyer lemons from our tree. I made several batches of lemon bars with them!IMG_5898
  9. Trying a new restaurant that opened five minutes from out house! We enjoyed this extremely yummy pretzel; it was the best we’ve had outside of Germany! They had great main courses too.

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    YUM!

  10. Finally decorating the empty walls in our hallway! It’s been 2 1/2 years since we moved in and our walls are bare! Here’s a picture of our “travelcollage.”
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    No more empty hallway wall…..at least on one side!


     

    What are you thankful for this month? Share with me!

 

Author: Jen @ Honeychick Homestead

Honeychick Homestead is about more than urban homesteading. Here you'll find a mix of diverse topics, about health, real food, Lyme Disease, and my newest adventure, urban homesteading!

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