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Grateful Friday

I'm grateful for my zoom lens...
and beautiful things to photograph.

I'm grateful that I was able to celebrate Miss Marilyn's birthday!

I'm grateful for OTC drugs that make us feel so much better.

I'm grateful that my daughter does the laundry - and a great job she does.

I'm grateful for good friends who love me whether I'm laughing or crying.

I'm grateful for audiobooks.

I'm grateful for purpose.

I'm grateful for our prayer group.

I'm grateful that our LORD answers our prayers.

I'm grateful for the internet and places to learn.

I'm grateful we had fabulous weather to get out and take some pictures.

I'm grateful to know it's not my new phones that are messing up, but the stupid phone line!

I'm grateful that I won't feel like this forever - I hate having a cold.

I'm grateful for ibuprofen, emergen-c and tissues.

I'm grateful for our minivan that we all fit in comfortably.

I'm grateful the fever has broken. That wasn't fun, that's for sure.

I'm grateful for the nice weather for my boyz to camp this weekend.

I'm grateful for drive-by letterboxes.

I'm grateful for a comcast customer service rep that actually found a problem and was able to fix it.

I'm grateful we have the resources to send Morgan back to camp this summer.

I'm grateful for Tay washing my car.

I'm grateful for feeling a bit better this morning.

I'm grateful for fresh ground coffee.

I'm grateful for bakeries, grocery stores and drug stores (although I wish we had one like Rocky's Pharmacy in Lucedale, MS!)

I'm grateful for fleece blankets, memory-foam mattress toppers and comfy places to curl up.

I'm grateful for Scripture and all those that have studied it before me.

I'm grateful for my brother - happy birthday, Dan!

taken a few years ago, but I just love it!


The LORD your G-d is in your midst, a victorious warrior. He will exult over you with joy, He will be quiet in His love, He will rejoice over you with shouts of joy.
~Zeph 3:17

What are you grateful for this week?

Comments

Mama Cache said…
I'm thankful for the right people in the right places saying the right things at the right time.
Ari C'rona said…
I'm grateful for the chance to get out in the sunshine this week!

I'm grateful for my big comfy chair when no place else feels quite right.

I'm grateful that I'm feeling better.

I'm grateful for dear, dear friends (as always).

I'm grateful for the upcoming road trip to Sunriver!

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