Category: gratitude

Mama Meditations book signing February 6

If you’re a local reader and Gratitude Cup blog follower, please make plans to attend the Mama Meditations book signing event February 6 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Bread of Life Bookstore in Batesville, Arkansas. I will be there with several… Continue Reading “Mama Meditations book signing February 6”

Gratitude Cup podcast

For years, GratitudeCup blog followers/readers have told me I should start a podcast. I resisted. Writing is my thing, I insisted. Not talking. Well, sometimes necessity is the mother of invention. It was today after a Zoom-based interview with one of my long-time friends… Continue Reading “Gratitude Cup podcast”

Mama Meditations coming in January 2021

I am so excited to announce to all GratitudeCup readers and followers that my new devotional book and gratitude journal for moms, Mama Meditations: Volume I, will be published in January 2021. Mama Meditations contains 60 entries, each followed by a brief prayer and… Continue Reading “Mama Meditations coming in January 2021”

Is it too hard to find bright spots in 2020?

Have you noticed that this year, fewer people are sharing gratitude lists on social media? Normally, our feeds are swamped this time of year, right? Everyone participates in 30-day gratitude challenges. People post photos of things they’re most thankful for. We know the hubbub… Continue Reading “Is it too hard to find bright spots in 2020?”

Facing the fear of missing out

Today’s guest contributor is author Kennan Buckner. Check out her bio and the link to her book at the end of the post! I grew up with limited access to the internet, back when you had to use dial-up. In junior high and high… Continue Reading “Facing the fear of missing out”

Redeeming time

I made the decision to homeschool Maggie months ago. I know this doesn’t match the experience of most parents this year, during this odd pandemic. Most parents waited on pins and needles for schools to announce their plans, reacting to the alignment with CDC… Continue Reading “Redeeming time”

10 things I’m grateful I learned before COVID hit

10 things I am glad I learned years before COVID-19 changed the landscape of our lives… because some lessons are harder learned in the midst of a crisis. 1. Working from home while simultaneously caring for a child does not work well. I choose… Continue Reading “10 things I’m grateful I learned before COVID hit”

Fortunately found

My former student, Debjanee Protyasha Nandy, wrote this beautiful short essay recalling her gratitude for a moment when a person extended kindness to her. May we all treat others with the same generosity, concern, and selflessness. Human beings are not self-sufficient. We need other… Continue Reading “Fortunately found”

Mimi’s influence

My former student, Sarah Humway, wrote this post as an essay for English Comp I class last fall. I loved it and asked if she’d allow me to share it with all of you. She agreed. Thank you, Sarah! The most influential person in… Continue Reading “Mimi’s influence”

Gratitude through adversity

Today’s guest contributor is one of my English Composition I students, Ryan Clack. He’s graciously given me permission to share his first essay of the fall semester with all of you. I was inspired and touched by his essay; I’m sure you will be,… Continue Reading “Gratitude through adversity”

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