that are beacons
to the farming way of life.
over the years
as a reminder of those
that work the land
and raise the animals.
Strong. Sturdy. Dependable.
Though my family does not farm, we are surrounded by those who do.
I am thankful for them.
Each day, I am reminded more and more of God’s grace.
Wonderful. Amazing. Grace.
I have much to be thankful for…we all do.
I continue with my list of thanks, my eucharisteo, to the One who gives the moments. Each one a gift.
#351 time spent with the ones I love
#354 deep conversations
#355 warm chocolate chip cookies
#356 non-busy Friday night
#357 Saturday afternoon
#358 my son cleaning the kitchen for me
#359 soft cats
If you want to learn more about Eucharisteo, click on the Multitudes on Monday graphic on my right side bar.
- Eucharisteo (gibsongirl247.wordpress.com)
- The Grace of God defined…from the King James Version of the Bible (ptl2010.wordpress.com)
- It’s All Grace (gibsongirl247.wordpress.com)
- eucharisteo… (beautyrescued.com)
I love the barn photos. Beautiful! I am from a family of farmers… it is a wonderful life! What a great list. Yay for your son cleaning the kitchen! 🙂
I love old barns, they seem to have so much history within them, if only the walls could talk! I come from a farming family, my husband farmers and I guess you can say our children farm too, they love it! What a beautiful list, many blessings to you!!!!
I love #354 & #355…and together they make for a great time!
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