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Theme ~ Thank You
I wish I had one single image to portray this theme of thanksgiving! I think this is the highest number of images I've posted for these weekly challenges, but I narrowed it down as much as I could. I started thinking about what to be thankful for, in a year filled with Fernando's job layoff and back surgery, my own back problems, no money to spend on Christmas, and many other "bad" things that have happened.
I decided that this sunrise is a good way to show that hope does not disappoint, and that as surely as the sun rises, we are in His care. A quote about thanksgiving in all circumstances:
Be anxious for nothing,
but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving
let your requests be made known to God.
And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension,
will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Philippians 4:6-7 NASB
Thank You for hope!
Thank You for my country.
Thank You for family who loves me enough to play my favorite game with me!
Thank You for autism, because You are glorified in our weaknesses.
Thank You for little and fun reminders that You care.
Thank You for a hubby who helps me build kitchen drawer organizers!
Thank You for signs of spring.
Thank You for leading and guiding my sons in their lives.
Thank You for long life for my parents for us to enjoy them!
Thank You for awesome teenagers.
Thank You for all the wonderful beginnings we celebrated this year!
Thank you for guys who help me in my garden.
Thank You for daisies in my yard.
Thank You for strong, godly sons.
Thank You for sunsets right in my own suburban back yard!
Thank You for garden strawberries that help make this possible. ;)
Thank You for flower gardens.
Thank You for peaceful spots near home.
Thank You for technology!
Thank You for garden harvest.
Thank You for hard workers at home.
Thank You for Jacob's tree in autumn.
Thank You for my bench in my little corner of back yard.
There is so much more to be thankful for, but this sampling helps me realize I have ever so much to be thankful for!
Treasuring life's moments,
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