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Two things I want to tell you

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Tomorrow things kick in to high gear around here. The grocery shopping is done. The menu is planned. (Although a friend just through a wrench in my simple plans by tempting me with this. It is SO pretty. I don’t know if I can resist.) But this house will be sleeping twelve over the holiday weekend and she needs a good vacuuming and cleaning and sheet-changing. And the pumpkin bread and dessert baking will start tomorrow, too.

But before it all really begins, I’m taking a few moments tonight to unplug and remember all that I have to be grateful for. In all honesty, there’s been some tough stuff going on behind the scenes around here. Some of it is just the hard stuff you go through to get to the good. Some of it is just plain hard and we’re working through it. I’ll share a little more about all that next week.

But no matter what, when I feel like it’s all suffocatingly too much, I remember that I have so many blessings and so much to be thankful for. And on that list is all of you. Seriously. I’m so grateful for all of you, for this space to speak and share and open my heart a little bit each time I sit down to write.

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I won’t be back here until after the weekend–but I’m sure I’ll pop in on Facebook and Instagram–but I also wanted to let you all know that I am offering an amazing sale through Arbonne that begins today and runs through November 30th at midnight. I only offer this deep of a discount once a year so if there’s something you’d like to try, now is a great time. Unfortunately, because of best practices for my business I can only tell you the specifics of the sale on my Facebook page–but every single thing in the catalog is reduced. Want to know a few of my family’s favorites? Check this out. If you’ve been waiting to try something, or if you have some gifts to cross off your list–skip the big stores and shop small through my own small business. I would be honored.

Happy Thanksgiving. xo. molly

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