1. Thankful that God leads, guides and directs. He has a plan for each one of us. 2. I love my sweet husband that has helped me with corn and beans this week. (I'm finished with the garden til next summer, other than the tomatoes). I mean maters. *wink* 3. Trying new things. 4. I actually had a good picture on my badge for my new job. 5. Thankful for my parents. I've been so busy the last couple weeks, I need to go see them.
1. That song, My Redeemer Lives, by Nicole C Mullen always makes me feel good. 2. Thank goodess for Tylenol PM. 3. I love my family. 4. The color pink, it's so cheerful. 5. I enjoy seeing the people I take care of get better.
1. I have the best family in the whole world and I mean my own and the inlaws, they're all great. Not everyone can say that. 2. I love being creative. 3. It makes me happy to see the jars on my counter, and feeling the accomplishment after all the hard work. 4. I just feel blessed. 5. I love feeling excited about the new paths that we may be going down.
1. Thankful I was able to get another week to work on a project for work.
2. So blessed that my garden did well this summer. We'll have great food to eat over the next year. I love my canned beans, cornbread and buttered corn from the freezer. It's my favorite meal.
3. I love my parents. My mom and I enjoy doing a lot of the same things.
4. I got a really great deal at the grocery store today; 2 boxes of cereal, 2 boxes of nutrigrain bars, two boxes of fruit snacks, 2 packs of cookies and 2 boxes of rice crispie treats for $13.63 after giving my coupons. It gets even better, if I send my receipt and UPC's from each thing, I get a $10 rebate. So, I got all that stuff for $3.63. Woot woot!
5. My sweet husband shelled out some of the beans I picked this morning while I was getting groceries.
4. Thankful the food in our garden has done well. It's going to keep me busy for the next week or so.
5. Remember the saying, "thank God for dirty dishes" then it goes on and says something like it means we've had food to eat and been with our family. I'll have to find that whole saying and post it sometime.
1. So thankful for my husband. He's a very hardworking guy. 2. My wonderful sister. 3. My sweet little dog that meets me at the door of my car when I come home. 4. Great coworkers. 5. My backyard and the cows in the field.
6. Again, I love those late summer evenings just before the sun sets.
1. Thankful for a good job and a smooth day at work. 2. I slept good last night. (I don't usually sleep good the night before I go to work) 3. The 92 year old lady who made me laugh every time I walked into her room today. 4. The nice evenings as summer windes down. 5. I love my family!
1. Thankful for my cozy home. 2. Thankful for sweet grandparent n laws that are gonna shell my beans while I'm at work this weekend. 3. Gotta love baked spaghetti with a ton of cheese. 4. Love my dog who sits outside the back door waiting for supper to get over with so she can eat some scraps. 5. Thankful I have a job to go to. Some people are having a rough time right now.
Yes, that is what happened today. 1. I love my husband and my wonderful family. 2. I'm thankful I have beans to pick and will be able to can them and have food to eat this winter. 3. I loved the spinache tomato pizza I had for supper. 4. Despite it ruining my plans, I do love a good rain shower. It's so easy to relax when it's raining. 5. Very pleased that I have kept my petunias alive this summer.
This is my daily delight diary. My goal is to post at least 5 things that make me happy or things I am thankful for each day I log onto blogger. No matter what kind of a day I'm having, this is my reminder that I am blessed.
A pastor, a teacher and a coworker inspired this idea. Several years ago my pastor preached a message titled, "It Could Always Be Worse." The sermon talked about how no matter what your going through God can get you through it and you can almost always look around and see someone going through a tougher time than you. The teacher was my psychology teacher about a year ago. He said that one way to keep your mind sharp is to reflect on your entire day before going to bed, and write down the best and worst thing that happened. Lastly my coworker talked about keeping a gratitude journal of things she was thankful for and writing in it each day.