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The secret to having it all, is loving it all...

Happy Turkey Thanksgiving Day! May your day be filled with the Macy's parade bright and early; plentiful amounts of turkey-or preferred tradition of food midday; and a replay of National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Wait for me, Clark and Eddie, I'm on my way!

Now without further babbling, here is a list of what I am most thankful for at this time:

1. Hunter Bear-my wonderful and loving person for life. Oh how thankful I am to have this creature in my world. Laughs and love to the moon and back.

2. I have a really great mom and family support system. Between mine and Hunter's people, we are truly loved unconditionally. What more is needed?

3. Obvi the dogters make me thankful. Those furballs bring joy, laughs, and the best hugs ever to the table. especially when said table has human food intended for sharing.

4. My chosen family: my friends. I have met people who are kind, smart, focused, funny, motivated, dedicated, loving, and out of this world.

5. Work and the ability to take a sick day when sick, a vacation day when vacationing, and the ability to pay my bills. In the world we live in this is no joke.

6. Education. This year has been a whirlwind of learning and I am beyond thankful for the opportunity to attend grad school for a subject I am so passionate about.

7. Twitter. Weird? Maybe. Typical for the world we live? Absolutely. The new age of living is not always great and yes plenty of people ruin a good thing. Twitter though, offers a unique way to communicate, stay informed, and find great resources for tons of things. Fave social media foreva eva. Eva, Eva.

8. Seeing the world through the eyes of babes. Our nephews and niece are such amazing little creatures. They love unconditionally and bring sunshine to everything they do. Insta feel good, people.

9. Fashion. Yes, I am thankful for fashion. That is all.

10. A free world. Yes, I often lose my faith in humanity but I also am thankful we live in a world where we can be who we wish to be. I do wish more people would use this wonderful thing for good versus evil and for that very reason I am also thankful for hope.

Gobble Gobble y'all!

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