It’s a blog-o-sphere pandemic! Everyone’s got it! It’s a contagion! Spreading like wildfire! What is it? It’s the grateful bug! Tis the season for thanks-giving and, what a wonderful season that is. We must learn to live with an attitude of gratitude. Ann Voskamp taught us well when she wrote One Thousand Gifts. She encouraged… [Read More]
I received a photo in an email last week from my daughter, with this caption, “Do you think this towel has seen its last days of drying, wiping and working hard at 407?” My daughter runs a very busy household. She is the cook, bottle washer, laundress, shopper, meal planner, taxi driver (to 2 busy… [Read More]
He is only eight years and five months old (today!) but he has the heart of a much older, wiser man. A man of grace and character and I am terribly pleased he is my grandson. After our big and scrumptious Thanksgiving feast, we had planned a walk, and with our bellies full and hearts light… [Read More]
My favorite holiday for many reasons. no gift expectations breaking bread giving thanks counting blessings family together the smells 4-day weekend God’s grace abundance and stuffing May your Thanksgiving celebration be filled with gratitude and joy. Rejoicing in Hope!
In January 2011 I was inspired by a blog on Hope for Women magazine site – someone wrote a blog about being grateful and then a challenge to keep a journal of “gratefulnesses” throughout the year. I keep a journal so I jumped right in and accepted the challenge. Being a lover of paper and… [Read More]