As he pulled out of the driveway this morning I was overcome with a sense of gratitude.
Grateful that there was money to get him a good, safe used car that he can have for several years.
Grateful that at 25 he still gives me a hug and says “I love you, Mom” when he leaves the house.
Grateful that we can exist in the same home and actually enjoy each others company…most of the time. 🙂
Grateful that the snow is falling and I don’t have to go to work until later today.
Grateful that the season of Advent is a here and I am trying to do #SmallThingsGreatLove with Michelle. One of my early attempts was certainly amusing. I wrote about it here.
Here are some interesting posts and articles I have read lately…all worth your time, I promise!
This about Fox News Commentator Kristen Powers. Read it!
This about a conversation on a plane. I read it on a blog I visited for the first time today.
And this about the faith of Joseph by Michelle.
What are you grateful for this Advent season?
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You must have raised your son well. 🙂
I'm grateful that I'm finished with Christmas shopping, something I don't like doing. Now I can enjoy Christmas again.
Finished?!?! I'm impressed. I don't have that much to buy, yet I am not finished.
There is something about boys. They are so much more compassionate than my daughters. Even at 19, my son is always telling me he loves me. And I've only just began my shopping. I don't have much to do either. I'm trying not to be carried about by the thought of it.