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A Heart For Home: Endless Gifts

Monday, April 30, 2012

Endless Gifts

 
# 537. Finding time to pretty up our Prayer Pail.
 
# 538. Painting garden rocks with the kids.
 
painting garden rocks
 
# 539. A fridge overflowing with fresh, home-grown spinach.
 
# 540. Stacks of new garden books for the kids.
 
# 541. A free Organic Gardening magazine in the mail.
 
# 542. My three-year-old son with a fly swatter, “Where’s dat stinkin’ fly.” (I wonder where he gets that from?)
 
# 543. Celebrating my dad’s 60th birthday.
 
# 544. Lots of hours outdoors.
 
# 545. Eight month photos (come back on Wednesday to see them).
 
# 546. A new white ceramic bread pan. I’m hoping they have more left this week.
 
# 547. An extra loaf of bread in the freezer.
 
# 548. Cloth diapers dried in the sunshine.
 
# 549. An empty hamper (now full again).
 
# 550. Being surrounded by family at church on Sunday morning.
 
Today's Question: What is one thing you are thankful for today?


holy experience
 
Will Also be Contributed To: Gratituesday, intentional gratitude Works for Me!, Things I Love Thursday, Finer Things Friday

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3 Comments:

Blogger Court said...

I forgot all about painting rocks, that sounds like a great thing to do with my little ones!

April 30, 2012 at 3:24 PM  
Blogger Kristin said...

Fresh spinach?! Yum!

I'm thankful for healthy children (and husband), a refrigerator full of food from our morning's shopping trip, and time to do a little cooking this afternoon to stock the freezer. :-)

April 30, 2012 at 9:15 PM  
Anonymous Rebecca said...

A prayer pail? What a great idea! I followed the link to see what you were talking about....love it! I laughed when you quoted your little boy talking about the 'stank in' fly....when I used to ask my mother-in-law where my father-in-law was, she used to say, 'He is out at that stinkin farm!" She didn't much like his hobby. Love your list..........have a great week looking for even more eucharisteos!

May 1, 2012 at 11:26 AM  

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