Gratitude

December 23, 2015 at 11:37 am Leave a comment

This year has gone by so quickly, that my moments of reflection are usually quick thoughts before I begin my day.

To keep from being anxious or depressed with how little time I have, I’ve been thinking about how much I’m grateful for.

Here is part of a Daily Word message I read this morning: “When I realize that something beyond my wildest dreams is coming into my life, I follow Mary’s example and respond with gratitude, humility, and faith.”

This has truly been a year of miracles. Here are just three:

1. My dad of 83 years went into hospice and then came out.

2. I’ve learned (again) that my thoughts control how my life turns out, so I am controlling my thoughts.

3. My fourth family relationship book Yours & Mine: A Winning Blended Family Formula was just published and is receiving great reviews.

Thank you for joining me on this amazing journey by reading my blogs, reposting them and sharing them with your friends on social media.

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

C. Lynn Williams aka #MsParentguru

  

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