There are just so many things to be grateful for, even in just one short week!
No matter which way you turn it, family is family. (Try taking a look at this ambigram upside down) I got to see, or at least talk to, each of my eight children and three grandchildren this week. That is a privilege not everyone enjoys, and one I don’t intend to take for granted!
One of my daughters with her one month old baby helped me at a craft show this week. It was fun visiting with them both, and I was very thankful for the help! It seems like those tubs and tables get heavier every year!
We had the first snow of the season around here. Big flakes. I am not overly fond of the cold, but I do love cozy sweaters and simmering soups. I also welcome the challenge and newness of change. It keeps me on my toes, and inspires me.
Visited the three local stores that carry my items this week. I was reminded what a blessing they are to me, and to their community. They all carry a great selection of local items, and are wonderful places to shop! Hooray to all of the small businesses and the roles they play in our communities!
Last, but far from least, are the “aha” moments my faith encountered this week. The depth and riches of God’s Words are never ending, and I love that there is always something new and fresh to learn,