Monday, March 18, 2019

Monday Gratitude Journaling...

Mondays are full days, the mornings spent getting back into routine after the weekend and getting focused and organized for the coming week, the afternoons helping our oldest daughter by picking up our two youngest granddaughters from school and watching them until she gets home from work. Actually getting my weekly gratitude post published on Monday makes me feel on top of the game! And here it is!
Since 2009 I've been counting my blessings thanks to the prompting of Ann Voskamp.
 I continue to count my thanks, 
piling up gratitude day by day in my journal.
(and capturing some of my blessings via my camera or iPhone)

-holding sweet youngest granddaughter and singing until she fell asleep
-a beautiful sunny day for a walk with youngest grandson
-taking the two middle granddaughters for Wendy's fries and frosties after school

-"I love, Papa"-youngest grandson (21 months)
-God's work in us, our family, our church
-our daughter's wisdom, insight and encouragement

-middle grandson in his "The Man" sweatshirt coming by to see me on his way to preschool
-a mid-week lunch with my guy
-purple and white crocuses 

-the reassurance of Psalm 31
-getting some spring cleaning done
-God's continual work in us in the area of forgiveness and unity

-an "a bit of this and a bit of that" cookie I made that turned out so good!
-a wonderful date day that was sunny enough to enjoy lunch outside by the river
-these longer sunny days
-the oldest grands' school concert

-the sound of frogs 
-praying together with some friends
-taco salad with homemade guacamole for dinner-so yummy
-our beautiful oldest granddaughter all dressed up for a school event
-our middle daughter and oldest grandson safely home after a Mt. St. Helen's climb

-a very healing moment for our church during communion
-lunch with friends
-God at work in us
-this beautiful, sunny day

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