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Grateful Friday

I  am so grateful this beautiful morning. The sun is shining, and has been for too many days for me to count. The hummingbirds are gracing me with their presence, my children love me and I am privileged to be enjoying a cup of some of the best coffee Starbuck's can produce. Life is good.


I'm grateful for the opportunity to enjoy Mt. Rainier and all the beautiful wildflowers. Incredible.

I'm grateful to be able to play with the Little Red Corvette - how fun!  (All these pics were taken with my friend's beautiful, new (and red) Nikon P510. I'm so impressed with this camera - all these photos are unedited.)

I'm so grateful to have a few dollars in my checking account.

I'm grateful for life coursing through my veins in a way that it hasn't for too many years.


I'm grateful for stories - both old and new.

I'm grateful for all my senses.

I'm grateful for 'iron sharpening iron'.

I'm grateful for tissues at just the right times.



I'm grateful for the perfect song at the perfect time.

I'm grateful for hugs from Morgan Danielle.

I'm grateful for text messages that tell me I'm loved.


I'm grateful for memories and then the putting away of those memories for later.
Much later.

I'm grateful for my Provider. He has always been faithful.

I'm grateful for what I have.

I'm grateful for a place to be - I love my study.

I'm grateful for my Star Wars obsession.



I'm grateful I will be able to live vicariously through all my friends heading to Florida soon.

I'm grateful for train engineers that take safety seriously.

I'm grateful for the gifts the LORD has given to me...may I always use them for His glory.

I'm grateful to all those that pour love into my life selflessly. I'd surely be dead by now if it weren't for you. Actually, I think I was dead...thank you for saving me!



I'm grateful for all those that exhibit love, compassion, integrity, righteousness and service - thank you for showing me how.

I'm grateful for my sweet Solo-man.

I'm grateful for times of quiet conversation.

I'm grateful for new growth!


I'm grateful to live in the PNW in summertime. It is absolutely gorgeous!

I'm grateful to learn new things.

I'm grateful to be really living.


How 'bout you? What are you grateful for this week?


Comments

Ari C'rona said…
Those pics are fabulous! The corvette performs excellently!

I'm grateful for the freedom to let healing tears flow.

I'm grateful for the One who holds the future.

I'm grateful for emergen-c!

I'm grateful for the dearest friends that anyone ever had - how blessed I am!

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