Counting my blessings/Thankfulness

Let’s talk about what we’re thankful for. This shouldn’t be reserved for Thanksgiving. It’s great for mental health, too: when you get depressed, remember all that God has given you.

my health
my eyesight
my faith in God and His Church (thank God for the Catholic Church!)
my friends and family
DH and precious preborn Baby
stove, microwave, fridge, oven, toilet
plenty of clothes
food and drink
air conditioning
a car
great music
Mary and her great love for us
the beautiful spring weather…green grass, green trees
blue sky (when it shows)
sunshine (when the clouds go away)
my husband’s laugh and all the ways he makes me smile and laugh
married love
the desire to be a saint
moral clarity
forgiveness

my Mother my Confidence,
Corinne
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Great idea :thumbsup:
I’m thankful for:
My Savior, Jesus Christ;
My parents;
My grandparents;
My daughters & their husbands;
My grandchildren;
My job (most days);
my boss (most days);
my health;
my Country;
having enough to eat;
having a home;
that I was born into the Catholic faith;
my friends, especially M.F.;
the small amount of suffering that I’ve had during my lifetime.

WOW - when I really stop to think about it, there’s so much to be thankful for. We should all do this every single day.

:blessyou:
Shannin

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