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Thread: My Kitchen is full of Miracles

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    My Kitchen is full of Miracles

    Help QB members!
    I'm looking for a blog post about the miracles in the blogger's kitchen. It isn't the most modern or prettiest kitchen but it has a refrigerator to keep food fresh and safe and it is full of food. It has running water, ... you get the drift? I'm sure I bookmarked it or saved it somewhere but now when I really need it I can' find it. Does it sound familiar to you?
    Please help if you know where it can be found. I'm sure it was shared in this section too.
    Thanks for whatever help you can give me.
    GrannyLady - Having too much fun dressing my grandaughters.

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    I hope you are able to find it as it was such a lovely post. It also made me appreciate what I have.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    So very true! It's so much easier to be happy with what you have instead of always wanting something new, that you think will make you happy.

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    Prism 99 That's the one! Thanks so much!
    GrannyLady - Having too much fun dressing my grandaughters.

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    I remember seeing that. What we need is really all we need. A shame some people think things bring them happiness. Happiness comes from within, other than buying fabrics we 'need' or want.
    Another Phyllis
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    It is a shame that it takes someone else to point out what most of us have....running water, food in the frig, etc.
    I get tired of people talking about how they need this or that.
    As my parents used to say to me "Be Happy with what you have, some have less".
    Vi

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    Enough is as good as a feast!

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    Great article and perspective. Thanks for sharing.

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    Love it. Thanks for the link. BrendaK
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    Thank you for the beautiful reminder of what is important.
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    Someone put a little video on my Facebook and it was of a woman in another country (could not understand the language but looks like maybe a Russian country/language) and she was riding an old converted bicycle that had a belt hooked up to a washing machine. She was knitting while riding the bicycle which was powering the washing machine. In the background was a load of clothes on a clothesline. Right at that moment, I had my dishwasher running, my washer running and my dryer running. I actually shed some tears.
    Nikki in MO

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