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In Gratitude for Friendships

Happy Thanksgiving!  IWhat do all of these wonderful women have in common and what important lessons have I learned from them in the name of friendship? Head on over to my post on the Blended Blog today to see.





























ps...Erin, how do I not have any photos of us that I could easily find...

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  1. Living on Cloud Nine09 October, 2016 21:51

    Look how these sweet faces makes your light up!! So blessed my friend!! heading over to TBB now...

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  2. Hey isn't it your Thanksgiving today?! Hope y'all have a great one!

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  3. Awww, I love this!!! Nothing is better than girlfriends!

    Laura
    www.blackcoffeebeautiful.com

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  4. It's so great to have a great group of girlfriends in your life. You all are so beautiful!

    Shauna

    www.lipglossandlace.net

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  5. How amazing that you have a group of girlfriends that you've had in your life for a long time and that you are so close to. I wish I had that :)

    Awesome photos!



    Amber
    All the Cute

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  6. That's so awesome. I've never had tons of girlfriends.

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  7. Deena, I was becoming such a fan until I saw you were a Blue Jay fan! I guess I can look past that though because you have so many other great qualities! :)

    Sincerely,

    A Sad Texas Ranger Fan

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  8. It looks like you have some wonderful friends! Can't wait to read your post!

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  9. I am eternally grateful to these ladies

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  10. baaaaaaahhhhhhhhh....how sad indeed. We will have to put our differences aside for the love of ball and blogging and move onward and upward. But yay, baseball?!

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  11. They sure make me a better person.

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  12. It sure was! I ate all the turkey.

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  13. Headed to TBB now. Such treasured friendships.

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