There are so many things to be thankful for. Ways to count our blessings. To celebrate our family and friends. I have seen this day after day this last week. Even seeing water in the lake during the drought we are in makes me thankful. Small things but small things add up!
Every day my Dear Hubby tells me he loves me before he leaves home, he calls or text me to tell me he loves me and tells me when he comes home. It is a small daily thing that adds up to an amazing profession of continued unconditional love. And it means the world to me. Also it is noticed by those around us so he is able to be a testimony of how to share your love. Our youngest daughter's fellow has noticed!
facebook page. They will be picking a winner this month. I love looking through the entries that entered. Just something that makes me smile.
How do we count our blessings? Do we see the lil ways they add up? Is our Gentleman here noticing all he has around him right now? Can we help him see that he is loved and wanted? And how do we teach our children to count and share their blessings? Well we can with the Blessings Bank. This is a great way to teach children how to save and how to share. Every time a child receives any money, a little is placed into the Blessing Bank (like a piggy bank), except the child learns that all the money set aside in the Blessing Bank is used for charity or someone in need. They also have Blessing Bags. Each Little Blessing Bag is a convenient, coin-collector that allows for a timely blessing when you encounter someone with an immediate need. The bags are perfect for keeping your blessing ready when driving, traveling, volunteering or for church offerings. Little Blessing Bags teach the lifelong principle and joy of giving.