so thankful for a change in perspective.
it’s amazing what a new dress can do.
thankful that I don’t give up. that i finally found a tea that I like. and that Nate taught me how to fix it up right.
now I just need to learn to like salmon and eggplant.
thankful that home home always feels like home.
thankful that I have someone to share my banana chocolate chip coffee cake with.
he takes me back home between dinner and shopping.
and then he gets out in the rain to check the mail.
so he can get the package I was expecting from Lorrie. while I sit in the nice and dry car.
i am so thankful that Nathan goes out in the rain for me. without hesistation.
thankful that sometimes plan b is so fun it makes me forget that there was a plan a that didn’t work out.
(i’m still holding out for a few plan a’s though.)
thankful that I have friends who think of me when they purge books. and canning supplies.
bring on the farmer’s market.
thank you, Tina!
thankful for all the things that these two have taught me. as musicians and as people.
that I can be passionate about Jesus and music and wine and my husband.
that I want to always look at Nathan the way Karin looks at Linford, and I should absent-mindly pet my husband as often as I want.
that it is okay if everything isn’t always easy. and I don’t have to make it look like it is.
that two can make a family. a happy family.
thank you, Over the Rhine.
thankful that I didn’t let the rain earlier keep my running total to the 6.5 miles I completed then.
thankful that I found the physical and mental strength to go back out there this evening and finish the 8-miler that I started.
thankful that Nathan and I were able to open our stuck gas-door-thingy. on our own. without getting the help of someone that would charge us money. that we work together without frustration or yelling.
and that we didn’t scratch the car.
and that we didn’t run out of gas before we got it open.
we may change our last name to MacGyver.