Things to be grateful for… the fun it is to sneak around outside my grand kids house to celebrate St Nicholas Day. This European Holiday celebrates the actions of a generous man who went about brightening the lives of others, leaving coins and sweets in the shoes of children and the poor as they sat outside their front doors. I am grateful that our family started this traditions when a generous family brightened the lives of my children when we were a little short of cash. Eventually, we took the celebration to people we knew. Now I share it with the little grand kids. Christmas is starting!
I am grateful that rehearsal is going very well. We finished one dance in once rehearsal! Sweet! We are getting back on track.
I am grateful for answers to prayers and a dear family friend/ family member by choice, is recovering from a very serious illness/condition. God is good.
I am grateful that my children seem happy and content.
I am grateful for the Gospel of Jesus Christ in my life. Ah… the peace it brings.