All three of our daughters posted photos of themselves with their Daddy on Facebook for Father’s Day.
I thought I’d share the ones they chose here.
We had a great Father’s Day.
The hubs preached a great message at church this morning about being a godly man and father.
After church we went over to our oldest daughter’s, (the only one who currently lives nearby),
for a delicious barbecue.
Three year old granddaughter showed us that she has mastered the somersault.
Youngest granddaughter was sportin’ pigtails.
Me, I’m sportin’ a big smile and my heart is full of gratitude for this abundant life God has given.
I’ve taken the Joy Dare.
I’m counting one thousand thanks in one year.
I hunt for thanksgiving using the prompts Ann gives us each month.
If you are interested in joining in, click the link above or at the bottom of this post.
I continue to count my thanks
piling up gratitude day by day
in my little black journal…
3 gifts painted-
-soft gray walls
-playing with watercolors
3 gifts full-
-my heart full of love and gratitude for oldest granddaughter on her birthday
-my heart full of thanks to God for all of His goodness
-my day full and busy
3 gifts smelled-
-the first bloom on my David Austin Glamis Castle rose
-the Hub’s cologne when he is getting ready in the morning
a gift unexpected-
-a broken relationship on the mend
a gift unwanted-
-the check engine light coming on during a long drive
a gift unlikely-
-so much joy and laughter in a formerly very tense situation
3 gifts in His Word-
-Colossians 1:9- prayer to know God’s will
-Colossians 1:11-strengthened with His glorious power and filled with joy
-Colossians 1:17-Jesus holds everything together
3 gifts moving-
-me-week 6 of 5K training
-progress on our new church building
3 gifts in my dad-
-how God used Daddy to teach me about His great grace
-how he could spin a yarn
-how at the last, even in the nursing home, he never complained