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a month of thanksgiving

By November 30, 2011 2 Comments

i have really enjoyed this month of blog posts…i never realized how easy it would be to come up with a month’s worth of thankfulness…yet i was also challenged that i need to make an effort to be more thankful throughout the year. to end this month of thankfulness, i wanted to recap my month and re-post all my pictures in one post…enjoy!

day one: i am thankful for my youngest daughter, mercy

day two: i am thankful for my husband, christian

day three: i am thankful for my oldest daughter, addy

day four: i am thankful for my sister, sarah

day five: i am thankful that the Lord allowed us to foster our girls

day six (adoption sunday!): i am thankful for adoption, my handsome nephew, spencer and my adorable niece, emma

day seven: i am thankful to live in a country of plenty

day eight: i am thankful for my mom

day nine: i am thankful for my dad

day ten: i am thankful for my inlaws

day eleven: i am thankful for freedom

day twelve (my birthday!): i am thankful for life

day thirteen: i am thankful for my siblings

day fourteen: i am thankful that the Lord is moving us to moldova

day fifteen: but i am also thankful for technology (skype!)

day sixteen: and i am thankful for my camera (and the ability to preserve memories!)

day seventeen: i am thankful for the holidays (family time!)

day eighteen: i am thankful for my church family

day nineteen: i am thankful for my grandparents

day twenty: i am thankful for my amazing friends

day twenty-one: i am thankful for creation

day twenty-two: i am thankful for laughter

day twenty-three: i am thankful for coffee

day twenty-four: i am thankful for a wonderful (two!) days with family

day twenty-five: i am thankful for new friends

day twenty-six: i am thankful for changes but that the Lord never changes!

day twenty-seven: i am thankful for my salvation

day twenty-eight: i am thankful for the gift of prayer

day twenty-nine: i am thankful for the Word and the Holy Spirit

day thirty: i am thankful for the Lord’s unconditional love for me. i think becoming a parent has truly opened my eyes to the unconditional love my heavenly father has for me.

stay tuned for the start of our “twenty-five days of christmas!”

Marie Klein Burtt

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