Giving Thanks Friday


This past couple of weeks I am thankful for: 

soft breeze blowing through the windows and the distant hum of a tractor as the neighbor mows his field.     

The spontaneous giggles of our two year old granddaughter as she finds joy in the most simple of things.

The dahlia patch in the early morning sun.  The gift of sharing flowers with family, neighbors and friends has brought me such joy in this most unusual of summers.  

Stillness.  COVID has brought such loss, a very personal one for my family, but the rhythms of slowing down and being still have been healing for me.  

A wedding celebration at the little neighborhood church.  I could see the bride walk into the church on the arm of her father from my office window.  We may be in a global pandemic but you can't stop love...!



What are you thankful for?

May your weekend be filled with wonder, laced with peace and bursting with love...

(Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good: his love endures forever. Psalm 118:1) 



  1. So lovely Mindy. I love your words. Even though the world is a mess right now, we still have so much to be thankful for. happy Fall. xo

  2. Thank you Linda. Your message inspired me to try my hand at a few posts again.