Count Your Blessings| Recounts Are OK



Count Your Blessings Recounts are OK

Taking a cue from the sign in my kitchen I decided to count my blessings.

Research proves gratitude is a powerful influence on mental health.  I decided to list forty-three things for which I am grateful.  At first, the list lurched and stopped, like someone learning to drive a manual transmission. Then, the blessings flowed faster than I could write.

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Count Your Blessings

Here is my list:

Taste and see the Lord is god

Today I woke Able to walk today Being able to smile Faith anchored in Christ God’s amazing grace God’s provision God’s chronic presence in my chronic illness

Quiet mornings and #CoffeeWithJesus Chris, my beloved and rock Rachel, the compassionate “noticer” Andrew’s strong-willed analytical mind I’ve never missed a soccer or softball game in three years. My family True friends

JOY

Living in the Blue Ridge Mountains Our one-level home Finding Joy Laugher Coffee Daisies Fiddle Tunes & Irish music

Travel memories to Ireland, Hawaii, Canada, Eh! The sound of wooden roller coasters The crunch of walking on leaves Beachcombing Waterfalls Strolling on cobblestone paths Tiramisu

80’s music and Flip Flops

Encouraging words Chocolate Journals Books Colored Pens

Sewing Stained glass Hammock naps Handmade anything Hydrangeas Chris’ garden Grandma’s quilts Mama’s pickles

Join me in counting our blessings. Recounts are okay.

~April White

Copyright 2018 April Dawn White| Images by author & Pixabay

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