Sunday, September 23, 2007

Thankful

As the weekend comes to a close - I thought I'd take a few minutes to update you on our festivities (or lack there of).

Tim came home late Friday night (hooray!) so Saturday we slept in until 10:00 - so great. We got up & went to Costco & Saturday Market. After the market we went to lunch at an authentic Mexican restaurant for tacos - they were delish. We came home & took naps (I love lazy days) & then got ready to have some friends over for dinner.

We had a great time with a BBQ & games with Jessica & Lucas. Jessica & I haven't ever hung out before & we found that we have a lot in common - it was a lovely evening.

Today started with worship team rehearsal at 8:00 AM (ugh) & then two services. The sermon was on being thankful. One of the challenges was to make a list this week of 50 things you are thankful for. I thought I'd use some of my blogging efforts for this list - but only for 10 items, not all 50....yet. :) So - here goes:

Things I'm thankful for:

1. God
2. My husband
3. My family
4. My friends
5. My home
6. My church
7. My job
8. My transportation
9. Food to eat
10. Sunshine

Wow - that was easy. I don't think a list of 50 things to be thankful for will take me very long. What are you most thankful for?

4 comments:

Erin said...

Hmmmm..can you say scrapbook page? The thankful list would be a great way to use your SC kit I think...in fact I may play too!

Bethany said...

Of course, I'm thankful for you :) And for the beautiful birthday card that arrived this week. You're so thoughtful!

Kelly said...

In spite of all the "stuff" we've had going on I've tried to be thankful for the blessings in it all.
I am thankful for my family, for 3 healthy boys, for my friends and for technology. It's amazing how through blogs and emails, old friends have reconnected! :)
I'm glad you had a good weekend!

andrea said...

Sounds like a pretty good weekend. I took on the challenge and posted 10 things I am thankful for. I am going to try to post the other 40 throughout the week! What a great challenge.