Friday, August 3, 2012

{thankful5}

-for a day spent at home.
-for my co-workers. They make the job less 'uhg'.
-that two of our customers pool pumps gave out and James got to fix them today and make some extra cash!!
-that tomorrow I am having a yard sale. (de-clutter!!!)
-that my house is mostly clean :)
-iced chai. (have I mentioned that yet?)
-Gold Canyon candles. THE best. I love that I can light one and my entire (yes for real, the entire 1500 square feet) smell pretty amazing in a short little bit.
-thankful for ALL of you who follow my weirdness :)

ps. If you know of someone who wants to follow let me know! I'd be delighted to have *almost* anyone follow along =)

5 comments:

  1. Yay for a yardsale... had one a couple months ago and it was a huge success :) hope yours goes well... its so nice to have the extra space all that stuff took up and the lil $$ that comes with it....

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  2. I am thankful I got to talk to you so much today!! How lucky are we?! I hope your yard sale is a huge success! I'm going to see what kind of junk I can find tomorrow at yard sales over here!! xoxo

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  3. Good luck with the sale, missy, I bet you have lots of stories by the end of it all.

    I love that you were grateful James got to fix a couple pumps today. Reminds me that God works in all things---when something breaks down, whatever, He can work it together------for something you are grateful for.

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  4. i found this recipe for iced chai and thot of you... i've never tried the recipe so i can't say whether it's good or not....
    Coconut Chai Iced Tea

    Serves 4

    Ingredients:

    4 chai tea bags
    4 cups water
    4 tbsp honey
    1 can coconut milk, shaken well
    Pinch of cinnamon
    Crushed ice


    Directions:

    Bring the water to a boil, remove from the heat and add the tea bags. Let steep for 5 minutes. Remove the tea bags, squeezing any excess from the pouch into the pot. Add the honey and stir to combine. Chill the tea in the refrigerator until cold. To serve, fill a glass with crushed ice, which can be done using your food processor. This added touch gives the tea a really great texture. Fill the glass 2/3 full of tea and top with some coconut milk.

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  5. I love following your weirdness Jenn!

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