Monday, August 03, 2009

Gratitude List

Every week I try to reflect on the blessings in my life because I believe it is healthy for a person's mind and spirit to focus on gratitude. This is a habit I started during Lent this past year, and it was inspired by a list I found online.

This week, I am grateful that my husband has some time off from work to spend with me and the kids.

Readers, I'd love to hear what you are thankful for this week. Send me a comment.



P.S. Tomorrow I will be doing my first product review and give away on Dude, Where Am I? The product is HairZing, and I'll have three beautiful HairZing clips to give away to commenters in a random drawing. So if you are a woman, or know one, come back and enter to win this product that I love.

4 comments:

Putz said...

oh drats...i do not qualify for hair zing,,,i love you too by the way

Loren Christie said...

Mrs. Putz would love a HairZing. Enter for her, I'm writing the review right now and it will be up in a few minutes.

Caity said...

I'm glad that he got some time off work! I hope you all have fun!

Deb said...

alas, my hair is too short for a hairzing!

i have a husband taking a few days off, but right now, i am not feeling gratitude!! he is driving me nuts. but i guess i should be grateful for the luxury of being driven nuts by my husband that loves to spend time with his family.

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