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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Celebrate the Small things

Hi everyone,
I hope you had a great week. Be sure to stop by LexaCain.blogspot.com to check on what Lexa and her blogging partners are celebrating this week.
Here's what we're celebrating;

  • Special thanks to those of you who reviewed my new book, My Life at Sweetbrier, this week: Cathrina, Barbara Mojica, and Gigi Sedlmayer. I really appreciate your wonderful comments.
  • We sold our grand caravan, but we will miss him in the winter because he has 4-wheel drive and our Honda doesn't.
  • There was a tornado warning not too far from us last night, but no one got hurt. It's very unusual for our area.
  • My friend, Charlene's husband is doing much better. He's home from the hospital.
What are you celebrating? Be sure to let me know.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UW_S_p_HXM

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6 comments:

  1. Lots to celebrate! Have a great weekend.

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  2. Thanks, Laura. I hope you had a good week too. Happy weekend.

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  3. I feel your sad good-byes to a four wheel drive vehicle. I hope this one works well for you. I am celebrating a day off today!

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  4. Thank you, Erica. I hope you have a lovely day off and a fun week. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Yay for the wonderful people who reviewed your new book! Too bad the old caravan had to go. Thank goodness no tornado actually appeared in your area. (I used to live in Indiana -- Tornado Alley. We had plenty of warnings, and a few appearances too!) My wishes for Charlene's husband to recover quickly.

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  6. Thank you, Lexa. The caravan will probably be happy where he is. We just thought we didn't need an extra car so we found a new home for him.
    Glad the tornado didn't come too. They are so scary because it's hard to prepare for them. I'll bet they were scary for you in Indiana. Thanks for your good wishes for Charlene's husband. He's doing much better, thankfully.

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