Sabbath thanks

After last Sunday’s study of resting and “Sabbath,” it was indeed lovely to have a day of practice in this area. So today’s five thankful things were all bits and pieces that helped our “day of rest” truly be a time of removal from the norm, moments to rest and reflect.

Day 20 – 5 things of thanks

1. worship – I love being able to join with other members of our church fellowship on Sunday mornings.

2. Pastor Mark – I am thankful for the time, prayer and reflection he puts into his weekly messages and his leadership of our congregation. (And we’re thankful for you, too, Dianne!)

3. new school supplies – I love the newness of fresh supplies, just waiting for coming adventures. Sales start on Sunday, so this afternoon was a fun time together, before the rush hits.

4. sharpie markers – these are wonderful for labeling everything from food to folders – and ours have become tired, so I am so thankful for a renewed collection. School supply sales are good for me also!

5.
fresh pancakes – hot and fluffy, these are a delightful meal any time of the day.

So what blessings have your day held?

2 Comments

  1. Betty J. Sollars said,

    July 23, 2012 at 7:37 am

    I enjoy being able to read your “Giving Thanks Blog”. Being on Facebook is like keeping and/or renewing a friendship with many friends (and relatives)!

  2. Angie said,

    July 23, 2012 at 8:45 am

    Thanks, Betty! This 30-day exercise has been a good one for me, and I thought it could give us all some good food for thought. I appreciate your sharing – it’s always encouraging to receive little comments on the actual blog. 🙂


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