i am thankful

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I am spending the next few days in St. Louis with Mr. Lively and his extended family. In honor of this is a day of gratitude, I’ve decided to share the little things that I’d like to keep in mind on a more daily basis. Big things are easy to appreciate, but the small things can get lost in the shuffle.

My intention is to keep gratitude for the large and small blessings at a forefront in the year to come.

I am thankful for…

Mr. Lively’s wit.

My cute bookshelves.

My building’s indoor gym (hello, Chicago winter).

Working from home.

Susie and Melissa’s help, humor, music, and YouTube videos.

Oatmeal with cocoa powder and raisins.

Gumballhead Beer by Three Floyd’s Brewery.

My black polka dot blouse.

My hot pink shaving cream can.

My upcoming visit to friends and family over Christmas.

The client emails I get after consulting with them.

 

And your comments each and every day here on MML. Your support of MML is a huge deal in my mind, not a small one. So I also want to mention it here. Today.

Thank you.

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  1. You are welcome Jess. You really are an inspiration to us all. I shared your links with a friend who started a Jewelry business about three years ago…she is awed. I am sure she will be contacting you for consultation.

    Be blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

  2. Sarah vL

    So grateful for you, Jess, and your work ethic, inspiration, and constant encouragement. Thank you for all that you do for us, and for yourself!, and thank you for sharing it with us. You have taught me so much. xo

  3. Cathy

    Thank YOU, Jess for all of your inspiration.

    If you have a little downtime in STL, I would go to the Schlafly Bottleworks. That’s the primary Schlafy brewery and you can take tours. Plus, there’s a restaurant with top-notch local food.

    The Anheuser-Busch tour is also really interesting, but obviously huge in comparison to Schlafly or Three Floyd’s.

  4. Cathy

    Thank YOU, Jess for all of your inspiration.

    If you have a little downtime in STL, I would go to the Schlafly Bottleworks. That’s the primary Schlafy brewery and you can take tours. Plus, there’s a restaurant with top-notch local food.

    The Anheuser-Busch tour is also really interesting, but obviously huge in comparison to Schlafly or Three Floyd’s.

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