I'm back again for another installment.
I'm thankful for a reliable car to get me where I need to be and in comfort too. I used to drive everywhere; then I met Keith, and he started doing all the driving, well most of it anyway. When I went back to school it was a bit of an adjustment driving 30 miles one way to school nearly twice a week, so with that commute, plus all my other errands around town, I'm thankful for a reliable car with a working radio and comfort amenities. Bonus thankful, it's fully paid for.
Vacation days, because let's face it, working full time, isn't always the most fun all the time. They are sanity savers, especially when spent with darling little boys.
I'm thankful for pie. More specifically my ability to bake pie, don't get me wrong, I love to eat pie too. I find something soothing about baking. It's great stress relief. Four pies last night, made me feel satisfied.
Today, I'm thankful for music. I drove home from school tonight with the radio loud. I sang along loudly, and that made me happy.
Sunday's sermon was titled "A Child is Born." I only took notes on a single bit toward the end of the sermon that resonated...
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As I read the prayer they prayed in Nehemiah 9, I started to notice the name adjectives they used to describe our God and took not of them; ...
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