Monday, April 06, 2009

Monday Gratitude List


Focusing on gratitude is a good way to shift your thinking to a positive perspective. I've been practicing this for Lent. I'd love to hear what you're thankful for. Send me a comment. Happy Monday.


I'm thankful:


1. for being involved in Youth Ministry because it gives me so much personally.

2. to have people in my life who mirror God's unconditional love.

3. to have God's mercy for my many mistakes and weaknesses.

4. for rain: it's so comforting and soothing when you're in a cozy house.

5. for soup in a bread bowl.

6. for my favorite spot in the house, where I read and relax.

7. for lemons in my water.

8. to have help with the household chores. (My husband cleaned the house and did the laundry while I was at work last night.)

9. that I am so blessed beyond comprehension.

10. for the beach and free parking for town residents.


Image of rain splash by Momus in Yahoo Images

3 comments:

Caity said...

These posts always make me smile. I love soup in a bread bowl, especially from Panera! :)

Putz said...

i am a person in your world and am willing to give you unconditional love....i love you for your pro life opinion, and although i love obama too....he was once a fetus so i can love him too...i think it is very easy to be pro life and pro democrtat and pro liberal and antiwar, anti torture at prision camps like guato...i love gandhi, martin luther king, kennedys, but i liked ike when he was in too..loved mark twain the pacifist, john denver and his songs of peace and outdoors. arlo guthrie, and his dad woody, willie nelson and waylon, and johnny cash, and cris chrisopherson, opera, and andrea boccelli{cause he is italian} and karma, although i can never tell you why or how she stompped on grapes

Loren Christie said...

Very funny Mr. Putz! Thanks Caity.

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