Journal - November 26, 2008 (Wednesday) Day +127 : Living It Up In Lincroft
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Journal - November 26, 2008 (Wednesday) Day +127

by Sheri Nocelli on 06/14/13

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!! Well, a day early, but I won't be around the computer tomorrow, so no better time than the present! We have so much to be thankful for this year and so many friends and family to be thankful towards. Thank you to everyone, every single person who has gifted us with your love, support, prayers, time, and meals, absolutely everything. I am thankful especially that I am with my beautiful family for the holidays; to be in our home, living life as close to normal as possible, enjoying every word out of my children's mouths, every little expression on their faces, and the amazing feeling of kissing them goodnight, and seeing their bright little angel faces in the morning. I'm thankful to sleep in my own bed, with Lucien's arms around me every night holding me tight and keeping me warm, his good morning hug when I sleepily come downstairs in the morning and our couch time together every night when we're done working. I'm thankful to be working again, talking to all of my friends, all of our clients, doing the scheduling and phones. It's great to be back to work, and back to life. There's nothing like these simple things, nothing at all as wonderful as these very simple things.

      We have no more news from the doctor yet, but I will post on here as soon as we know anything else. I don't go back until Monday morning, but hopefully he'll call before then with some good results. All we can do is hope and pray at this time, and that's all we're doing.

     Have a very happy Thanksgiving everyone! Enjoy your Turkey and mashed potatoes, I know I will! I'll just be missing one of my mother's amazing pork pies (mmmmmm!) but I can look forward to that on Christmas!!

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