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Grateful Friday


I always am grateful for something to look forward to.

I'm grateful for a busy day.

I'm grateful for opportunities.

I'm grateful for laughter.

I'm grateful that I'm able to homeschool.

I'm grateful that Netanya is being used of the LORD in new and exciting ways.

I am so grateful that our first small group study went so well Monday night!  What a thrill, privilege and blessing!

I am grateful that we get to see (and volunteer for) a Beth Moore conference this weekend.

I'm so grateful that Morgan is doing well with her driving.

I'm grateful for Larry - he's definitely my hero.

I'm grateful for Spirit-led prayer.

I'm grateful for beautiful, colorful flowers that magically appeared in my entry garden!  Thanks, Lisa!  I love you so much.

OOps!! I missed posting yesterday due to sheer busyness...yikes!
Mea culpa, mea culpa maxima...

The grateful post is a little short this week, but I'm so grateful for the wonderful leadership conference and Beth Moore event here in Tacoma. More to come on that later...

What are you thankful for this week?

Comments

Kaaren said…
I missed you Friday. :)
Netanya said…
I'm thankful for our gathering yesterday, for all who came. Thankful God showed up in such an awesome way through conversation etc. What a great day! It was a blessing!
Ari C'rona said…
I am so very thankful for HaShem's working in my life and yours. We serve an awesome G-d. :o)

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