I have so much to be thankful for.
My life is so full. I sometimes don’t know how to say it, but I am so thankful for so many things.
I think I live the best life, for me.
I am astounded every time I think about all that God has given me, the wretched sinner that I am. Why do I have all these wonderful things, me who deserves them so little?
I am so thankful that I have been saved from my sins. I have been forgiven much. Very much. I am thankful for God’s hand in my life, guiding me and pointing me in the direction He wants me to go – in the way that most pleases Him.
I am so thankful for my family – 5 such awesome people. They make me laugh every day. We have so many great memories together already, and I look forward to many more.
My extended family is wonderful, too. I’m thankful for them in my life. Again, there are so many memories and happy times we’ve spent together. Love you all!
I can’t believe the great friends that God has given to me and my family – you are such a blessing to me! Sometimes I wonder how I got to have these lovely people as friends, and although I can’t figure it out, I am so thankful for all of you!
I am thankful for each day God gives to me. Each day is such a blessing, just to wake up and be. To enjoy so much. Just to live.
I am thankful for all the interests God has blessed me with. Cooking. Cheese making. Soap making. Nutrition. Herbal health care. Midwifery. There are so many, and they make me so excited. 🙂 I can’t help being thankful for them. Basically, I’m thankful that God make me, me.
I am so thankful for all the beautiful things around me. The trees in the pasture across the road. Sunrises. Sunsets. The rosebush outside my window. The creek. The woods. Our lovely property. I look out of our windows so many times and think, “I live on the most beautiful place on earth.” Because it is so special to me, and I know the places.
So this is what I have to say:
Thank you, God.
Thank you for these lovely people.
And thank you for this lovely life.
With so much to be grateful for,
Some loveliness that I spotted the other morning