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I wanted to say thank you to some very special people. I have been blessed by an amazing family. With Hannah's First Communion a few weeks passed, I have been able to finally take a minute and do something that I have wanted to do, actually needed to do, for a while now. My mom and sister were such an amazing help in getting everything ready, the menu, the food,  my mom and dad's house ( which they generously allowed us to use for the party).  They helped me to make everything, including the yummy stromboli that I didn't even get to make!  ( thank you Aiden and Jonathan for getting sick!)  I am so blessed to have such an amazing family. But I am also blessed to have an awesome extended family. My mema, my aunts and my cousins also brought food. They helped to get all of the food out and ready for the party while the rest of us were at mass. They helped do the dishes and clean everything up after the party for our 65 guests. They are amazing...that is probably somewhat of an understatement. These women are my people. They watch out for me, they help me with whatever whenever. They are such a blessing to me and to my family. The fact that we could be at Mass celebrating Hannah's First Holy Communion and know that when we walk through the door of Mom and Dad's that everything will be taken care of, the food would be set out and reheated and ready for the party was a huge weight off of me. I hope that I can be one of their people. I hope that they know that if they need anything, anything at all, I will be there for them. So thank you my wonderful family! Thank you for cooking and cleaning and celebrating with us. Thank you for being generous and unselfish. Thank you for being you!
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Saturday, May 12, 2012

A belated thank you

I wanted to say thank you to some very special people. I have been blessed by an amazing family. With Hannah's First Communion a few weeks passed, I have been able to finally take a minute and do something that I have wanted to do, actually needed to do, for a while now. My mom and sister were such an amazing help in getting everything ready, the menu, the food,  my mom and dad's house ( which they generously allowed us to use for the party).  They helped me to make everything, including the yummy stromboli that I didn't even get to make!  ( thank you Aiden and Jonathan for getting sick!)  I am so blessed to have such an amazing family. But I am also blessed to have an awesome extended family. My mema, my aunts and my cousins also brought food. They helped to get all of the food out and ready for the party while the rest of us were at mass. They helped do the dishes and clean everything up after the party for our 65 guests. They are amazing...that is probably somewhat of an understatement. These women are my people. They watch out for me, they help me with whatever whenever. They are such a blessing to me and to my family. The fact that we could be at Mass celebrating Hannah's First Holy Communion and know that when we walk through the door of Mom and Dad's that everything will be taken care of, the food would be set out and reheated and ready for the party was a huge weight off of me. I hope that I can be one of their people. I hope that they know that if they need anything, anything at all, I will be there for them. So thank you my wonderful family! Thank you for cooking and cleaning and celebrating with us. Thank you for being generous and unselfish. Thank you for being you!

1 Comments:

At May 12, 2012 at 9:52 PM , Blogger Lori said...

Lovely. I am so used to Facebook that I looked for the "Like" button. ;o) Just so you know, I "like" this! :o)

 

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