Thursday Thankfulness

image She has this thing about her, this attitude that she’s going to hate a thing before she’s ever tried it.  And when Daddy brought home some ginger-ale to help settle her upset tummy, she was certain she wouldn’t like it.  I told her it was golden pop. That sparked her attention.  :)  She is a girl afterall.

So she sat down with her special golden pop and after she drank about half the cup, she declared that her tummy really did feel better and could she have some more of the golden pop? 

Of course, baby girl.  :) 

So this week I’m thankful for ginger-ale.  And I’m thankful she wasn’t more sick than she might have been.  And I’m thankful that Darc has 2 interviews this week.  Who knows what may come of them, but to have 2 after what has been one of the worst times in our economy is a pretty amazing thing in my book.  The Lord is good.  🙂

What are you thankful for this week?

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3 thoughts on “Thursday Thankfulness

  1. Two interviews, hallelujah! Golden pop…ew. But whatever works. lol Glad she feels better.

    LOL You dirty girl! It’s POP!! For a baby girl! 🙄

    j/k 😀

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  2. Bob

    “Golden pop” I like that.

    I was kind of surprised that she went for it. It made her think it was all sparkly and special. I told her the Sprite was silver pop and she liked that one too. Maybe I’m on to something. 😉

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  3. Ginger Ale is like aspirin. It should always be in your medicine cabinet.

    I hope you let it go flat before giving it to her. Shouldn’t it be flat? Do I sound nervous? Of course I’m nervous. That is how you know it is I.

    Oh I feel that way about ginger-ale too! Only trouble is, it’ll go flat. The carbonation helps settle the tummy actually, along with the ginger, so you don’t want flat pop for an upset stomach. Back when Pepsi started, it was touted as being a stomach aid too. 🙂

    No need for nervous dear. 🙂

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