I am so thankful for Friday. Not only is it the Gateway to the Weekend, but it is also a day I can be thankful for my accomplishments. On Fridays, I look at the past week, and breath a sigh of relief for all I have done. If there are things I need to adjust, then this is a good time to see where I can improve.
But most of all I am just thankful!
I am thankful I have survived another week, and not only survived, but I survived cheerfully.
So take a few minutes and thank yourself for all you have done.
With much gratitude in my heart today I honor those who have served our country, and those who are serving today. God Bless You!
I proudly honor those from my own family who have served. My Dad, Leo Daley served in World War II, along with my uncles, Richard Beddoes, Carl Fowler, and Frank Morgan. My Uncle Tom Daley served in the Korean War. My brother-in laws, Ervin Jackson, and Brent Jackson and my cousin, Brent Fowler served in the Viet Nam War. My husband Lloyd Jackson served in the Army state side during the Viet Nam War. My daughter-in-law, Melanie Jackson was a nurse serving in Saudi Arabia during the First Gulf War.
Words will never be sufficient in thanking the brave and the valiant, who each day put their lives on the line for this great Nation, The United States of American, and for all Freedom loving people.
Well, hello friends, And how are you today. It is a cold and windy day where I live. We have even had snow flakes falling at times. The sky is a dark gray. So I know it isn't over yet. But, hey, it is November, and this is what we expect the weather to do like in November.
I have been thinking how grateful I am for Variety or some may say Diversity, in my life. I like having choices. . . and the love the Variety the world in which we live in has such Variety.
The earth offers us so much!
I live where there are mountains with snow, and red cliffs of the desert.
But my favorite thing is the Variety of Family and Friends
Isn't it wonderful that we live in such a wonderful world. Variety, Diversity, Choice, Freedom. And especially Acceptance. This is something I am so thankful for. I hope I can recognize the Variety in my life as the blessing it is intended to be.
I hope you enjoy the Variety in your world today and every day.