Thursday, February 26, 2015

Thank You, Lord

Dear Lord,

Thank You for the snow and the sparkly ice. And I thank You that I don't live in the frozen north or far, far south, where ice and sparkly snow  is more than a rare gift, but rather a way of life.  I thank You for the joy of driving back and forth to work while meditating on how much I am loved by You.

I thank You that the week is nearly over and the book fair is truly over today.  I thank You for the gift of time and times of life.

Your beloved daughter,

Mary

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