What Are You Thankful For?

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                                                                                                                                  Thanksgiving isn't a day; it's a state of being.  A way we may choose to live...or not.  Take a moment to consider all that you have been given. In stead of dwelling on the unchecked boxes on your always growing to do list, remember the reasons you have that list. The people you are providing for, the home that needs fixing, the car that needs a tune up, the meal that needs preparing, the spouse who is driving you crazy, your singleness that affords you such freedom. We have so much in this life, yet often our propensity is to focus on what we don't have or the things or people that seem to always fall short of our expectations.  This way of thinking robs us of joy.  It binds us to disappointment and steals our life.  I'm preaching to myself most of all here.    
Let's join together this season and start a new way of being.  A way of thankfulness.  It takes diligence to be sure. We must take our thoughts captive and rewire the way we think.  Start today.  Perhaps every day you just take a few moments to consider one thing you are thankful for.  ONE THING.  It is out of this place that our hearts are prepared to give freely and without expecting anything in return. Thanksgiving breeds contentment, and from this place of contentment we are able to love others well.  
Today, I am thankful for you.  The Très Chic customers that I know and love.  You are the reason I want to come to work every day.  Our newest addition, little boy Emeth, is 5 weeks old, and being home bound those first few weeks had me so stir crazy!  Momming is hard, y'all!

I was itching to get back to work, and be a part of meeting amazing women and helping them feel fabulous.  I'm back at last, and I am here to say thank you for shopping with us. Tell us what you are thankful for today!

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  • Aunt Meg on

    I’m thankful for my godchild

  • Megan on

    I’m thankful for friends who are more like family. (PS: that’s YOU!)

  • Angela on

    I am so thankful for Jesus’ rescue and redemption of me and my family. I am also thankful for the ability to love and be loved.

  • Hannah on

    Love this post! I’m thankful for my family, and new little one on the way; my great blessing of friends, and celebrations. I saw a friend post today that he was celebrating a family member beating cancer. He said, “to celebrate is more of a privilege than we realize.” This really stuck with me because I think he’s right. We are about to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas and all of the holiday parties, fun and friends in between. Let us stay thankful that we can celebrate. It’s a gift. Sending love to the Tres Chic tribe!



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