I am thankful for many things in my life. My lunchbox is full of love and thankfulness:
* the marshmallow drawing of my husband and my son represents my thankfulness for my family, they are my heart and my reason for welcoming each day's surprises
* the cheese house with a cheese heart represents my thankfulness for the home that we share
* the blueberries and carrot chip represent my thankfulness for the blue and sunny skies of my home state of Texas. I am thankful to be a Texan and an American.
* the BBF picks in the chicken represent my thankfulness for having found such an amazing, talented, accepting, encouraging, and supportive group of women (and Keith) in the Bento Bloggers & Friends group
* the salad represents my thankfulness for having easily accessible, fresh, healthy, and delicious food
* the box of raisins represent my thankfulness for the sweetness of life
Boogs, my 6-year-old, looked at this lunch and decided he was not going to take it to school because he did not want to eat cold chicken for lunch. So, I traded lunches with him. I really enjoyed this lunch. Boogs did not really like the lettuce wraps he took to school and he came home hungry. I love that little boy even when he is driving me crazy! I am thankful for him every single day.
Now hop on over to Bento For Kidlet to see what Jenn made for her thankful lunch. You can click the Thanks button or click HERE. Be sure to continue hopping after Jenn's blog to see the variety of thanks lunches Bento Bloggers & Friends have made. The hop will be live November 15th, starting at 8 am CST.
You can check out the wonderful sites I link to on my sidebar! If you want to see more book inspired lunches, click on the "lunches" label at the end of this post or go to My Story Themed Lunches board on Pinterest. I would love for you to leave a comment to let me know you stopped by.