Thankful Series

Today I am thankful for windows, and that I have a view of the sky from inside my house. It is a beautiful morning and I can see it from my bed. That has not been possible in most places that I have lived.

What are you thankful for today?

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  1. Today, I’m thankful that it’s snowing! It’s the first day of snow in Toronto, and I loooove snow! The DH and I met during a snowshoeing trip, and got married in February, with wedding pics taken outside in the snow. Can you tell we’re Canadian? 😉 Yay, snow!

  2. I am thankful for a husband who cooked our breakfast this morning. He also cleaned the kitchen. I am so blessed to be married to him.

  3. I am thankful that I was able to attend a wedding shower last night. It was wonderful to talk and catch up with some of my cousins. It shower started at 6:30pm. My mom and I didn’t get home until midnight!:o

    I am also thankful for a nice warm house to hibernate in. Winter temperatures arrived last night. I’ve been watching the snow slowly build up all day through the view from our window. No pretty ski for us today, I’m afraid.:p

  4. I am thankful that no one needs me today and I can lay on the sofa nursing my head cold. A few short year ago this would have been so much harder:)

  5. Also thankful today for a cozy house and no reason to leave it. Snow is falling and it is quite windy and generally miserable. Husband has asked for homemade pizza tonight, and he will have it. We have been reading all day and will watch some TV later and generally recharge our batteries for the week ahead.

  6. I am thankful for the rain coming into Phoenix this afternoon. For a change we have lots of clouds and wind, and the smell of rain in the air, it is lovely! And I am very thankful I have the time to sit and enjoy the clouds heading our way, and good eyesight to see it with. When I started reading Brandy’s comment about looking out her windows, it made me think how lucky I was to be able to see anything.

  7. I am thankful for my dad’s good health. He will be 80 next May but he is still in excellent health. He is very active (biking at least a couple of miles every day), his memory is 110% and he still has energy to fully engage and play with very active 3 granddaughters. What a blessing!

  8. I’m thankful for our wonderful church community. When Mass is over, we have a social space to gather in and catch up from the week. The church provides plenty of snacks and drinks so we don’t have to rush home hungry!

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