April 30, 2014

1000 Gifts: 881-980


Hold on.  Did you catch that?  Did you see the title of this post? Do you see that we're under 20 days away from finishing this project?  Today, we are 2.5 weeks away from Cole's graduation.  Though at times, this project has been tedious, and there have been days where, to my great shame, it has been hard to find unique things to be thankful for, I am thankful. I am so thankful for this reminder of these 1000 days and of God's everpresent faithfulness and generosity to us.

**The 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, and 49th Installments of 1000 Gifts**
881.
Trying new recipes.
882.
The generosity of strangers.
883.
The catharsis of writing.
884.
The way he makes me laugh.
885.
An overflowing laundry basket and a weekend well spent.
886.
Dinner rolls.
887.
Cheese curds.
888.
Hide and Seek with the cutest cousins.
889.
A weekend in Pueblo.
890.
Clorox Bleach.
891.
My father-in-law.
892.
Countdowns and anticipation.
893.
Heavy duty foil.
894.
Pizza stones.
895.
Double ovens.
896.
Cilantro.
897.
Dishwashers that work.
898.
An evening of laughter with family who are friends.
899.
An afternoon of proof-reading.
900.
Tea and Yo-Yo Ma on a cold afternoon.
901.
Sleepovers.
902.
Fresh scones on a Saturday morning.
903.
Raw sugar.
904.
Margeaux Jean.
905.
Flirty emails from my husband in the middle of the day.
906.
Avacados.
907.
Happier Hour.
908.
Brussel sprouts and balsamic reduction.
909.
When the waiter keeps the water glass full.
910.
The word "boulangerie". Thank you, Kelly Anne.
911.
Gorgonzola mashed potatoes.
912.
Earl Grey Tea.
913.
Amazon Prime.
914.
When the logistics work out.
915.
Free couches.
916.
Taco night.
917.
Sermons online.
918.
My guy and his incredible servant's heart.
919.
Patio poured.
920.
Missing those dear to you, knowing the longing exists because of the deep love that is there.
921.
A new yoga mat.
922.
58* in February.
923.
Sunnyside sunsets.
924.
My Dad's wisdom and encouragement.
925.
Hearing Margeaux Jean coo through the phone.
926.
Afternoons with Carrie.
927.
A new job and a God who provides far more than we can ask or imagine.
928.
Praying with my Mother-in-Law.
929.
A fresh trim.
930.
High school drama productions.
931.
Friday night date night.
932.
New nail polish.
933.
Cello music in the morning.
934.
Weekend roadtrip planning.
935.
Garage door openers.
936.
A phone call from Stacie Joy!
937.
A baby shower for Margeaux Jean.
938.
The Moby wrap.
939.
A family wine tasting.
940.
Taco salads with friends.
941.
Progress on the house.
942.
Kombucha.
943.
White cabinets.
944.
Dinner with Kelly Anne.
945.
Singing with my sister.
946.
Pedicures with my mom.
947.
A long voicemail from Uncle Andy.
948.
Knitting progress.
949.
Finally finishing a book.
950.
Skinny Vanilla Lattes.
951.
Good books and gutsy authors.
952.
Boyers coffee and memories of Colorado.
953.
An afternoon with Beth.
954.
Thai with Kendall.
955.
An easy chocolate cake recipe.
956.
A late night watching the Mariners.
957.
A clean bill of health.
958.
VRBOs.
959.
Long Saturday morning talks with my mother-in-law
960.
A busy day at work.
961.
The first 80 degree day in the Valley.
962.
Movie date with my mother-in-law.
963.
A Mariners' win!
964.
Cheap airfare.
965.
When I find my phone charger before the phone dies.
966.
A good blog.
967.
Freshly dusted rooms.
968.
Spring rain.
969.
Pad See Ew.
970.
24 years of Cameron Boboth.
971.
Sliders for dinner.
972.
26 years of Carrie Boboth.
973.
Double strollers.
974.
A productive lunch meeting.
975.
Starting a new project.
976.
Not-so-subtle reminders that I am not in control.
977.
Successful surgeries.
978.
A walk with my nephews.
979.
A weekend with Margeaux and her parents.
980.
Giggling twin nephews.

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