Hello God!

Thank You for the ability to be grateful for everything we have. “God gave us minds to think with and hearts to thank with,” said Douglas Wilson.  I love that!

My heart says “Thank You” to Gabriel Lucatero. His blog and books are inspiring and shaping lives. He has nominated me for twin awards!



Thank you, wonderful Bee for the Loyal Reader Award. Her un-puzzled heart is the Ocean of Brightness and Poetic Dreams.


The rules of Awards:

1. Display the logo on a post – done

2. Thank the person who nominated you and link to his/her site – done.

3. State seven things about you – done.

4. Nominate a bloggers and inform them via comment in their blog – done.

You, my dear follower and reader, make my soul blossoms.

I am here for you.

I am thinking about you and how to make you happy whole day.

I am floating in the myriad of thoughts about how to make you smile.

Sometimes I speak with you in my dreams, the themes are usually philosophical.

Sometimes I write a post at deep night by happy accompaniment of my husband and daughter’s breathing.

Sharing your moment of happiness is important and value for me.

The Trio of Awards goes to:

Thankfulness is the key, 

To let you know

I’m here to love you,

Never let you alone.

17 thoughts on “Thankfulness

  1. Thank you so very much and sorry it took me awhile to find the time to accept these lovely awards. I am not sure I will follow all the “rules” but will list others who deserve these and list your blog, too. You are a blessing to all who read your posts!

  2. I finally got my awards nominations post completed. I am not the greatest and was a little overwhelmed, combining many awards… hope this is okay and you are still happy. I appreciated the gift of the nomination and congratulations on your award you did a wonderful post!

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