Thankful for life, love, and laughter.
Life: A granddaughter sleeping with me had her head on my chest. She sweetly said, “I hear your heart.” Isn’t it nice that the heart just keeps doing its job, seldom drawing attention to itself. I’m glad I don’t have to remember to turn it on every day!
Love: I’m thankful for love so deep it doesn’t have to be expressed to be known – and for love so deep that it calls to us in words sometimes also. And sometimes it shows itself in deeds, such as when Jesus gave Himself to be crucified to pay off my sin debt.
Laughter: I seldom hear something that makes me laugh out loud. But it does sometimes happen. Here is a recent contribution on Facebook from my niece – a meme that said, “I didn’t go to the gym this morning. That makes seven years in a row.”
I’m still busy with home projects. I think I’m now about 20 days in a row. Getting a lot done even though I’m slooow. It takes me as long to make a decision as it does for Roger to do the work. I’ve almost finished a project in the entry. Just need a picture light. I didn’t realize those things were so expensive. Amazon has one for $49.99 which I can get free by submitting my info for a credit card. I am tempted. But I learned long ago, one gets nothing for nothing, so I am cautious.
Oh, yes, regarding Biden forgiving student loan debts —- no, I don’t want to go to bed mad. So I go back to my theme for this post. I’m thankful for Life, Love and Laughter.