"Blessed is she, who has believed, that what the Lord has said to her will be accomplished." Luke 1:45

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Thankful Thursday

1. That my Hubby left his laptop home for me today since I am car-less again.

2. That I have a friend who is a Chiropractor so when my neck popped yesterday morning I got right in for an ajustment and a before work laugh.

3. That the office I work in starts each day off with a devotion and a prayer for the day.

4. That even though I didn't vote for the new President, or agree with many of his thoughts and beliefs, I am still free to pray for him each and every day.

5. That my friends are the tree-top best of friends and I can count on them without question.

5 comments:

sailorcross said...

Hi!!

Thanks for stopping by and visiting!!

I love your thankful list!!

You asked what type of work I do? I work for a huge medical corporation in one their many family practices. As I read your list, I was wishing that we could start our day with a devotion and a prayer. But, that is not allowed!!

I start my own day with devotion and prayer, and my work situation is always included. But, sometimes I do wonder if this is the place where God wants me to be at this particular time in my life.

I pray for His wisdom and guidance in this every day. Right now, the answer is "wait".

Hope you get a chance to stop by again!

Beth

Yolanda said...

I enjoyed your list as well, especially #4, because it resonates with-in my own spirit.

Blessings,
Yolanda (Higher Grounds)

Nana 2 four said...

Ok let me try this again.

Thanks for the comment on my blog. My grandbabies are the absolute highlight of my life.

I like your number 3. It is awesome that you have a work environment like that.

I love your kid stories. They are adorable. I am crazy about little kids.

Hope to see you around!

Joyfully His,
Beth

Truth4thejourney said...

Great list to be thankful for!

Sonya

Mary Moss said...

How wonderful your work day starts with a devotion:-)

How blessed we are to be able to pray and not "be ashamed."