Last Birthday post

For the last giveaway, we are giving away a $50 Amazon gift card. Next year we are hoping to have a more fun year of books and I hope to bring back Amber’s friends to the blog.

This contest will go until the end of the month. For a chance to win, let us know something you are thankful for and something you are looking forward to next year.

47 thoughts on “Last Birthday post

  1. Amber, I hope you had a happy birthday month! Sheri, thank you for all your efforts! I am thankful to be here, with my family relatively well, regardless of the interesting times we live in. Future? I look forward to seeing my family more often!
    Amber, thank you for writing! I enjoy your books, and wait patiently for your next story, as always.

    1. I’m thankful that my cousin has finally moved back closer to home after years away and I look forward to being able to spend more time with him this next year.

  2. Thankful that my family is somewhat healthy and still with me. I hope to see more civility in the coming year.

  3. I am thankful for the fact that my sister’s cancer was found early enough that she has a good chance of being cancer free after the treatments finish at the end of the year. Next year I am looking forward to seeing her recover from the treatments and to start enjoying her life again.

  4. Thankful for time with my family and their continue health. Look forward to more time with my mom and dad and my doggies.

  5. That my kids are healthy, my new granddaughter is finally here (she was born 11/14) and that my health is finally getting on track a little after a rough 6-8 months.

    1. I am thankful for my family, because we have been blessed in these times. I hope that next year will bring better things for all of us. And that I can continue with my work as a teacher.

  6. I’m thankful for my middle child admitting they are nonbinary to the family and all of the family accepting it without even a blink.
    What I’m looking for ward tonext year is the end of my appeal with the government about my being fit to work when I can’t even put my socks on without some kind of aid.

  7. I’m always so thankful for my family. And I’m looking forward to it expanding next year. Officially my sons fiancé will finally officially be my daughter in law. And in January I’m going to be a grandma. So I’m over the top happy this year.

  8. I am so thankful for my family, who has really been a help to me this year. Next year, I’m looking forward to an actual vacation 🙂

  9. Friends and Family make the world an easier place to live. I’m looking forward to everything after having made it through another year, Yay!

  10. Thankful for family and friends for helping me make it through another crazy year. I’m looking forward to getting out and visiting old friends.

  11. All my family have made it through Covid so far. I have lost a friend. And I have seen friends mourning the loss of family members. I was looking forward to travelling next year but I have committed to delaying retirement. So I will just be grateful. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you who are celebrating.(I am Canadian, our TG was in October)

  12. I’m very thankful to be alive. My doctor find that my heart took stop at any time
    and I had to have emergency surgery. Now they think I have cancer. So this
    Thanksgiving I’m very thankful to be alive and with my family.

  13. I’m thankful for my family and that I have a better job than I did in the previous year. I hope that we all stay in good health and there aren’t any major changes in the next year.

  14. I am thankful for a family that really understands me and makes time for me. I am looking forward to a year filled with wonder and surprises. If I look for them, I can usually find them.

  15. I am always thankful for, if not good, not ill health, as I’m getting older it’s harder to maintain.
    I am however looking forward to reading these books we’ve had a delicious hint of.

  16. Thankful I have great friends and family, fairly good health, great doctors, food in my panty, and a warm place to live. I’m truly blessed.

  17. I’m thankful for everyday my mom is here with us. She fell recently and has had to have two brain surgeries. We are praying she makes it. I’m looking forward to her bringing her strong but through this and coming to see my new house in North Carolina.

  18. I’m thankful for my remaining family and I am looking forward to my vacation this year as I will actually be going somewhere other than my home on my time off

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