A Thank-You Moment

October 3, 2012
Brandi Friesen Thorpe |

As I gather my garden harvest, I can only marvel at the bounty of all that grows. My shelves are filled with things canned and delicious. It seems as though every time I visit a neighbour, there is another gift I can give, because my garden has not stopped producing.

And so, I stop and take a brief moment, just to be thankful.

Thank you God for your extravagant adundance.

Thank you for the beauty you create in this world.

Thank you for neighbours so share our excess with.

Thank you God, for we know we are loved, that your light shines on us, and that you never fail to provide for us. You are so good!

Don't forget your gratitude this week... Thanksgiving is just around the corner :)

Much love,
- B.

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