30 Days of Thanksgiving

Whew – October was a doozie!  It was with open arms that I welcomed this first day of November, even though they were unpreparedly met with a brisk 39 degree morning hugging  me back.

It’s time for some focus.

Time for buckling down into routine, and finding some stability in my crazy world right now.

A special girlfriend is dedicating her blog this November to 30 days of thankfulness.  You can read her by clicking this link:   As-For-My-House.  What a great way to accentuate the positive!  I am running as hard as I can to join her in this venture.  Some other friends are accepting the challenge, too.  There’s room for all — why don’t you pull up a cozy chair and celebrate 30-days of thanksgiving in your blog, too?

November 1:  I am thankful for…

…my 30-days of Thankfulness friend, who is all sorts of wonderful things, but who above all else, has a heart for Jesus Christ and desires to lead other women in pursuit of an intimate relationship with Him.  Through laughter, tears, anger, fears…she shares transparently and assures so many women that the struggles and triumphs in life are the constants we share, and how keeping our hearts focused on Christ Himself will see us through…anything and everything!

Thank you, Heavenly Father, for the friendships you’ve blessed me with, and for directing my path to join in fellowship with some pretty amazing Beloved Beauties.  Father, thank you for Jess, and for giving her the vision to seek connectivity among Your daughters.  May You continue to be glorified through our friendships.  Amen.

Philippians 2:1-2


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Pattie on November 1, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    Simply Beautiful!


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