11.29.2013

#iamthankful {Week 48: The Déjà vu Episode}

{Just noticed that back in September I got a week ahead of myself... oops! So here we are, back at Week 48... again.}

It's Thanksgiving week here in the U.S. The week when thankfulness posts suddenly flood Facebook and Twitter, and everyone remembers that they've been given much. My only wish? That they would be so vocal the other eleven months of the year. We are blessed, 365 days a year - use a few seconds each day to remember that. And say "thanks" to the One who gave it to you.

Life. 
Breath. 
Health. 
Love. 
Forgiveness. 
Eternal Life. 
If you haven't accepted that one, I hope you will. Soon.

As for me, I am gloriously UNPLUGGED again (don't you just love the scheduling feature?), and I'm hopeful that if you are reading this on Black Friday (the biggest shopping day of the year, for those who are unfamiliar with that term), I will be up in the mountains with members of my extended family, hunting down the perfect Christmas tree, sipping hot cider, and experiencing the sights and sounds of Christmas. 

Bliss.

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving (if you were celebrating).

And I hope you count your blessings. 365 days worth.

{#iamthankful}

For the peppermint mochas and caramel apple ciders that I see in my future

A camera to capture the memories of Thanksgiving 2013

Hearing my parents talk over one another on the phone

Knowing God's in control

Words of affirmation after I doubt my own ability

Giant cows that come in large boxes


{Thinking "what in the world?!" - it was a gift from a client as a thank you for work on a book launch}

What are YOU giving thanks for this week?

1 comment:

  1. Even though I've been quiet on here lately, I want you to know that YOU make me smile, and that more often than not these last few weeks, I've found myself wondering how you seem to post exactly what I'm thinking.

    (I think that means I'm thankful for friends I haven't even met…yet!) :) Have a wonderful time with your family this weekend!

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