The One Who Said Thank You

Hi friends, happy thanksgiving! When I think of a thanksgiving story in the Scriptures, the first thing that comes to mind is of the ten lepers who called on to Jesus. The whole narrative is found in Luke 17:11-19. The story of the Ten Lepers Healed is about mercy, faith, and healing but most of […]

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5 Benefits of Gratitude

It is the end of my 31-Day Challenge: The Power of Gratitude series. (Gasp!) It went by so fast. I was quite delayed in publishing some of my write-ups due to our weeklong trip and busy schedule this month, but I was able to express my gratitude by writing in daily posts in my gratitude […]

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31 Quotes on Thanksgiving and Gratitude

Here is my collection of 31 quotes on thanksgiving and gratitude. One for each day, each month. I hope that this will bless you. “Some people grumble that roses have thorns; I am grateful that thorns have roses.” Alphonse Karr “Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what […]

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The ABCs of Thankfulness

Counting my blessings today with the letters of the alphabet: The ABCs of Thankfulness. This is a simple and quick exercise that makes me think a bit deeply about some of the things I may have taken for granted lately just because I am accustomed to seeing or using them everyday. Like water. A/C Bible Children + […]

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How Fall Reminds Us To Be Grateful

Autumn leaves glistened as they fall, the early morning sun’s rays flickered while they peeked through the tall trees in my backyard. Dry branches rustled and snapped as squirrels chased each other up to a tree, a couple of red cardinals perched on the hedge fence and a large busy bee kissing the flowers. The gentle cool […]

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Free Printable Thank You Cards

There is so much for which to be thankful. But one of life’s sweetest gifts are the people that we care about. We encounter and interact with many of them on a daily basis — family or friends — who in one way or another have given us many other reasons to be thankful for. In my […]

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Too Busy to be Thankful?

It was quite late in the evening and we all felt sleepy and tired. We met with some friends early that night and it took us a while before we could finally make a trip to the store to buy groceries. My mind was occupied trying to make sure I did not forget the things we needed to […]

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Fondest Childhood Memories

Childhood memories are a part of us and will always be a part of us. Whether it’s a childhood that’s far from perfect or one that’s like out of a fairy-tale book, our past experiences play a vital role in molding our characters and habits. The fondest the childhood memory is, the harder it is to forget. At […]

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Playful Kiddie Adventures

What’s good about my childhood in the 1980s was the weather because it did not matter if the sun was blaring hot or it was raining cats and dogs, my siblings and I and our friends were always playing outside. The only thing that could stop us from going out at that time was the threat […]

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31-Day Challenge: The Power of Gratitude

It’s October! Well, tomorrow. I take this month as a fresh start because I am turning a year older. I must have been so busy I was caught by surprise that this year is going by so fast. I started this blog in July as a fun challenge to myself and it has brought me more blessings than I […]

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