For today and every Thanksgiving to come, I'm most appreciative of my little fam jam.
Without them, there would be no reason in my life.
Honestly. Like what did I do with my life before I had children? Before I found my husband? There was no before. Only now.
And today, I'm thankful these four are my people.
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What I'm reading this month to tackle my #52booksayear resolution. Favourite's include
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What I'm reading this September to tackle my #52booksayear resolution. Favourite's include
It could be worse I guess, I could have no one to talk to.
What I'm planning on reading this month to tackle my #52booksayear resolution.
What I'm reading this July to tackle my #52booksayear resolution. Favourite's include The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver, Gretchen Rubin's Better Than Before & Hey, Nostradamus! by one of my very favourite authors, Douglas Coupland.
What I'm reading this June to tackle my #52booksayear resolution. Favourite's include Chris Guillebeau's The Happiness of Pursuit, controversial The Sellout by Paul Beatty & The Girls in the Garden by Lisa Jewell.
'We can't become what we need to be by remaining who we are' -Oprah