Thankful

Thankful: November 30th

Today, I’m thankful for hugs.

What are you thankful for today?

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  1. Today I am thankful for doing this all month. It has made me realize all the little things in life that make it wonderful.

  2. I’m with you Brandy – hugs are the best! Even my 6ft 1in tall 14 year old son still gives amazing bear hugs – just like he did as a toddler? They’re a favorite part of my day.
    Lea

  3. I am thankful for the health of our entire family, kids and grandkids. We have a young woman in our church diagnosed with cancer this week and she is so young, it makes a fresh the reality of life is precious!

  4. Today I am thankful for salvation. I am thankful to be a child of God. I am also thankful for my earthly family. We are not perfect, but we love each other and always will. I have mentioned before that our daughter has developmental disabilities. She is a funny and adorable. She has made us all better people.

    My cup runneth over!

  5. I am thankful for people who continue to come together for good, and for the hope that builds again throughout the Advent season.

  6. I’m thankful that I made it this far. I don’t have the disease that took my Mother nor the cancer that took my Father. I am a blessed woman!

  7. I am thankful to have attended a free holiday concert last night. The music was lovely, well-arranged, and brought a peaceful feeling to the beginning of the Christmas season.

  8. I am thankful for this blog…for you, Brandy, and all of the commenters. It is such an encouragement to me!

  9. Love the photo. Hugs are the best!

    I am thankful for the opportunity to see an old friend today. I don’t see her very often, but she recently moved back to my area, so hopefully our visits will be more frequent. I have known her since I was 4 years old, and we have seen each other through many life changes.

  10. I am thankful for “normal.” Now that my husband is back at work after his very serious heart attack we are able to return to a normal routine. I’m also thankful that my husband is now willing to eat more healthy and take walks with me on a daily basis.

  11. I am thankful that my mother taught me how to cook and that my children learned to cook so I know that they can fix a meal for themselves.

  12. Brandy, thank you for taking the time and energy to post about gratitude multiple times during the month of November. Your posts helped remind me of how truly blessed I am.

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