I've been reading lots of blogs entries devoted to gratitude lately. I thought I would chime in ...
Today, I'm thankful for the beautiful photograph of my six-year old in her red "I wish I was snowboarding" t-shirt and striped pink pom pom hat. She peers out from the hat with a delighted and wise smile, knowing her Uncle Josh (snowboarding lover) will grin when he gets the photo on his phone.
I'm thankful for that grin, her Uncle Josh, and the phone in question.
I'm thankful God provided so abundantly for us this month so that we could pass on the extra to someone else.
I'm thankful for C.S. Lewis. O SO THANKFUL for him, the man whose stories make me weep and laugh and draw near to the true King of Kings. I am thankful for the silver chair, symbol of all that binds us, and the powerful sword that destroyed the chair. I"m grateful for a fictional character like Puddleglum the Marshwiggle, who in a fit of bravery stamped out an enchanting fire with his bare, webbed feet. I'm grateful for inspiring acts of boldness, bravery, and fortitude.
I am thankful the husband and the girls enjoy these stories, that I can live in them for an hour a day.
I am thankful for snow and Christmas lights and black-bottom banana bread (made by my dad--Mr. Martha Stewart).