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span xmlns=””/spanbr /span style=”font-size: 12pt;”We are hosting a blog hop! My friend over at a href=””Mommy Made Green/a started a Give Thanks November blog hop and I wanted to help host it. /spanbr /div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”” imageanchor=”1″ style=”margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ height=”200″ px=”true” src=”” width=”192″ //a/divbr /br /It is a Thankful Blog Hop for November and the list will be open ALL week, so link up and share with us what you are thankful for. Here are some of the rules:br /ol style=”margin-left: 54pt;”liPlease follow a href=””The Dave Ramsey Road/a and a href=””Mommy Made Green/a blogs. /liliList something you are thankful for each day that week. You can either do this every day and link back to just one of your posts or you can do a weekly list. It’s up to you./liliAdd your blog and then grab the linky code below and put it on your post./liliDisplay the cute little turkey blog hop button somewhere on your page. It can be either in your post for the day or on your sidebar. That will remind you to go back and check out the Thankful posts!/liliYou may NOT use this hop to link up to your giveaways. We do not mind you linking up to other hops span style=”text-decoration: underline;”as long as you have your thankful list on that post/span./liliPlease remember the purpose of this hop is to spread the positive thankful spirit while gaining some new followers.nbsp;/li/olbr /ol style=”margin-left: 54pt;”/olIt’s already the 4thnbsp;day into November {eek…already!!} so here are my 4 thankfulnesses:br /bNov 1supst/sup/bbr /I am thankful for yearly traditions and the memories we make as a family. We spent last Saturday at a pumpkin farm picking pumpkins and enjoying all the fall /bNov 2supnd/sup/bbr /I am thankful that I have a husband who is proactive in finding employment when he found out he was being let go. He’s not a man who just sits around and waits for things to happen, he makes them /bNov 3suprd/sup/bbr /I am thankful for naps!br /bNov 4th/bbr /I am thankful for having a 1st grader to go eat lunch with at school, browse the book fair with him, and then allow him to convince me to check him out early. He loves one-on-one time and the specialness he feels when I check him /br /br /script src=”″ type=”text/javascript”/scriptbr /br /a href=”” target=”_blank”img alt=”Anna” border=”0″ src=”” //a