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Wednesday, November 09, 2011


For Thanksgiving week, since I blog on Thursdays, I'd love to be able to write a post that reflects a compilation of thankfulness. Don't worry, I'll keep it anonymous. I want a sense, though, of what people truly value. 

So, tell me: what are you most thankful for? You can focus just on this year, or you can make it more collective, all-encompassing. 

I'd like to encourage you to be hopeful and even turn a prayer request into a thanks; for instance, come January 2012, I don't know where our income is coming from. Greg and I are trusting God about our careers and stepping out into the great, wide somewhere. We have one mortgage, two daughters, three cats and a God who can provide for our needs. 

I'm thankful for God's provision for my family come 2012. 

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I hope to hear from you soon! 

Giving thanks. 


Robyn said...

I saw the RT of you Tweet via Shari, so here is what I am most thankful for:


Renee Ronika Klug said...


John Apt said...

I am thankful for those new opportunities forged from necessity and from dissatisfaction. If we were just content to stay we are perpetually, we would cease growing and developing. I'm thankful for the perspectives of others. Stopping to consider those perspectives shows me different facets of myself, while reminding me that my opinions are but one facet of the infinite gem of humanity.

Amaris Kress said...

I'm thankful for seasons of shadows, unexpected "failures," and the renewing light of Hope.

MattKeene said...

I and my three young children are deeply thankful to God that Mommy is done chemo and looks to have beat her cancer.  We have a lot to be thankful for this November.

Renee Ronika Klug said...


Now that is something to be thankful for, indeed. May your wife receive her FULL healing. Be blessed this Thanksgiving season. Thank you for sharing.

Much love to your family,

Renee Ronika Klug said...

Beautiful, Amaris, just like you. In due time, those unexpected "failures"--as I'm sure you've gathered--will be your anthems. I love you.

Kisa Konrad said...

I love your thankfulness for that which is to come!  *That's* the way to live, dear friend!  I am thankful for so many things: family and love and the strength of the human spirit.  And (I was just thinking this today) for the continued inspiration I've drawn from the amazing, creative, mutually supportive women in my life.  That means you, Renee :)  XOXO

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