It may not be fancy, but I’m so grateful for my car! Funny thing happened today that reminded me of how thankful I am for my wheels. I parked in the parking lot of the Kennedy Center to take Anya to rehearsal. Afterward, I could not find my car! LOL! I actually had to have a a security guard help me! I started to panic, I thought who the heck wants to steal my car. We finally found it and had a good laugh. But, I’m ever so thankful for my reliable transportation that has taken me many many miles and I promise never to lose it again!
I am eternally grateful for my dad. I love this man. There’s no one I can count on more, who has my back and goes above and beyond my dreams for a father and a grandfather.
I am thankful for my home. It’s not a mansion, but a cozy bungalow that is a haven for us. I love all the memories we’ve made here from the holidays to the parties and much more.
I’m grateful for the silence in a world of noise.
So grateful for these beautiful fall days!
Everyone has an escape, mine is my parent’s home. Although, we live in different states, I go home as often as possible. Taking the four hour ride is a pleasure because I know on the other end of the ride is my momma’s bed. I’m so grateful for a family home that I can return to when I need a place of comfort, of familiarity and of well…love.
I’m so grateful for laughter that is almost as necessary as oxygen! Don’t you just love that little girl laugh!
I’m grateful for our other furry adorable family member… Winter! She brings so much fun to our lives and she’s spunky which we love!
One of my all time favorite things to do is to get lost in a bookstore. Not the big chain ones, but those small bookstores with character and stories of its own. I love the treasure hunt that these hidden gems take me on. I can spend countless hours exploring its nooks and crannies, turning the worn pages and surrendering an afternoon to the allure of words that hold my heart and imagination captive.
In a judgmental and often times unforgiving world I’m simply grateful for the abundance of grace I receive from my Savior.