Gratitude is the sign of noble souls.
Whether you’re watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, loyally focused on the football game, or gabbing and noshing with friends and family, we here at Lo’s List are wishing you all a very happy Thanksgiving. This year, Lo and little Henri will be enjoying Grandma Martin’s unparalleled Turkey Day spread and Henri, who is normally limited to the healthiest of foodstuffs, is allowed to try every single sumptuous dish at the table tomorrow. It’s going to be a doozy. See you all at the gym on Friday!
After nearly a year and a half hiatus, it’s time to pick up the plume once again and get back to the business of blogging Lo’s List. Henri – the kid that caused the pause – is now a month shy of being a one-year-old rascal and little by little, life for the Martin-Zieglers is reorganizing itself. I say this as I type on the floor, next to my bed, on which a slightly-under-the-weather baby is delicately sleeping, snot clogging his little nose, and likely to wake up sobbing at the sound of a pin-drop (or overly enthusiastic typing).
I cannot promise the same prolific posting as the good ole days when I was young and free – but that just means the posts that do make the cut will be the cream of my christmas-list crop. It’s good to be back – hopefully someone out there missed me!