Monthly Archives: December 2018

Cheap Glasses

  Monday, December 31, 2018 Today I am grateful for cheap glasses.  I buy most of my glasses at the dollar store.  I know that might irritate those of you with serious vision problems who have to drop hundreds of … Continue reading

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Turtle Neck

  Friday, December 28, 2018 Today I am grateful for turtle necks. . . not turkey necks which I seem to have instead.  I just realized it’s been five days since I’ve graced you with a Heartprints post.  Wow, that’s … Continue reading

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“It’s A Wonderful Life”

Sunday, December 23, 2018 Today I am grateful for the 1948 movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life”.  That movie came out two years before I was born.  Factoring in the early years, when you had to watch a movie at an … Continue reading

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Binge Watching House Hunters International

Thursday, December 20, 2018 Today I am grateful for binge watching House Hunters International.  By the time you’re done reading this you will think I work for Verizon tech support.   Our FIOS set top box is not working properly.  … Continue reading

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Flexibility

  Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Today I am grateful for flexibility.  No I’m not joining the Olympic Gymnastic Team and I be you’re all shocked by that announcement.  I know you want to picture me flying through the air, flipping … Continue reading

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Clean Windows

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 Today I am grateful for clean windows!  I feel wealthy when my windows are clean.  Like I’m some fancy-schmancy society babe who has “people” tending to her every whim.  I don’t have “people” anymore, even though … Continue reading

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Relaxing Holiday

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Today I am grateful for relaxing holidays.  Yup.  That’s us.  All relaxed over here.  But it hasn’t happened by accident.  It happened by design.   Every year for the last 20 years or more, we’ve held … Continue reading

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