Gratefulness 1 2 3

My cousin is blogging a gratitude a day.

I thought that was a good idea in this month of November where we turn our hearts toward the God of the universe and thank Him for everything. As an added benefit, maybe it will get me back in the habit of blogging, since it has rapidly slipped through the cracks (along with the keeping the house picked up and the laundry).

I have however managed to watch all seven seasons of the Gilmore Girls, and now am adrift, in need of a new goal. By the way, that’s about seven full days worth of screen time.
Anyway, the task at hand.
I am thankful for my family.

I am thankful for God’s overwhelming peace in this recent time of mourning and hurt.
And I am exceedingly thankful for this guy.

2 thoughts on “Gratefulness 1 2 3

  1. What a wonderful idea. I heard someone once say that every day they came up with three things to be thankful for–and never repeated. Gratitude is truly a wonderful thing. I think the break from blogging and housework is understandable with the new baby.


  2. I have been very loyal to my blog to my husband who is deployed. I blog every single day. It keeps him 100% connected and there are days I dont feel like it, but I feel my commitment is more important.

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