Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good;
   his love endures forever.
Psalm 118:1
It has been a couple of weeks since I “officially” (meaning on this blog) added to my gratitude list, so I will continue today.  For a while I felt pressure, applied to me BY me, to add to my gratitude list every Monday and if I didn’t do that, then I was somehow failing.  Eventually, I realized that it is REALLY about my “attitude of gratitude” – not about adding to a public list.  Now, when I feel like it is the right thing for me to do, I publicly add to my list.  Continuing on…
611. guidance down an unknown path.
612. remembering His mercy.
613. winning Stephani’s giveaway.
614. the joy of having Andy around.
615. friends.
616. family.
617. safety for husband and friends during a triathlon.
618. rain – I know some of you aren’t getting any.
619. shelter during life’s storm.
620. peace – even though I don’t know what is going to happen.
Lord, I thank you for these blessings.  I ask your guidance as I encounter some things with which I am unfamiliar, things I don’t know how to handle, things that can cause me stress if I don’t let them go, please hlep me to let them go.  Thank you for safety over the weekend.  Give those travelling this week safe travels, especially M & B and their family, my friends and me as we meet in Colorado.  Be with Andy as he takes his certification test tomorrow, help him remember all he has studied.  Be with him and with John while I am gone this week.  Please help me accomplish what I need to do here today and what I need to get done in Colorado.  Bless the readers of this blog Lord.  Please comfort my neighbors during this time of loss, be with Dianne’s family as they deal with their loss. 
I’ll be travelling tomorrow, headed west.  I may see something like this again…
I don’t know exactly how my week will unfold.  I’ll be gone a week and I have scheduled a couple of posts, but please forgive me if I don’t get to visit your blogs and leave comments.  I will remember you in my prayers while I am gone.  If I am unable to visit while I am gone, then I will catch up when I get back.


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