List time again, have you considered sharing what you are thankful for?

...a few of my favorite things:

my hubby grilling and cleaning up!
my daughter's anticipation of a new project to work on together
watching her lovingly create something for her sister
the week ahead
garden planning
flowers blooming
understanding friend
a wonderfully restful weekend at home
the friendly violin repairman again making Em's instrument better than before
motivation to exercise and the ability to do it
coffee from my son
lesson plans


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  1. Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting Jennifer! "motivation to exercise and the ability to do it"-that is definitely a gift worthy of thanksgiving. I need to act on some of that brand of gratitude myself today! Does picking oranges count?

  2. Anonymous2/06/2012

    Ooh, looking forward to the day when my son brings me coffee:) Great list, full of His graces. Blessings to you!

  3. It was almost the strongest coffee that I have ever tasted, but he made it all by himself. It was so incredibly precious.

  4. Shaunie, picking oranges would be fun exercise, so it would count doubly.

  5. Jennifer, my all grown oldest son leaves in 2 weeks for the next adventure and his first substantial adult away from home experience. All through his high school years we met early in the morning for coffee-that he made-to connect, pray, and love on each other. It is an immeasurable gift. I'm glad your son is blessing his mama in this tangible way.


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