*Today's letter is written by fellow blogger and writer Mary Agrusa. Thank you, Mary, for your willingness to share your gifts with the world!* Dear Daniel, From the first time Mikael demurely admitted she was seeing someone, her tone of voice told me you were special. For the longest time she tantalized me with this… Continue reading Dear Daniel
*Thanks to Mary Agrusa, today's guest contributor, for sharing this beautiful piece with everyone.* This weekend I saw it. Looking out my living room window I got the distinct impression that fall had arrived. Perhaps the approaching storm played tricks with the refractions of the sun's rays, but the world outside was glazed in a… Continue reading Change gonna come
My whole life, God has used people to help me, serve me, minister to me, and reach out to me without my knowledge and without my permission. These people, whether they intended to be or not, were used by God in my life. Some of them might not have wanted to be used by God,… Continue reading Angels unawares
*Thank you, Cecilia Baker, for sharing your love story with us on Day 27 of the Dear Gratitude project.* I wish I could thank the lady who decided to do her laundry one Friday night. She was my fairy godmother. She appeared one night, and I guess I will never know her until I get… Continue reading Day 27: Dear heaven-sent lady
*Today's post for Day 13 of the Dear Gratitude project is by another child, my best friend's son, Dailen. Dailen reminds me that it's right and good to be excited about and grateful for the small blessings that often get overlooked. I think I'll get a doughnut for myself today :).* Der Amandu, Thank you… Continue reading Day 13: Dear Donit
*I'm excited to post the second entry by a child this month written by Alexander Tenace. It warms my heart to read words of gratitude written by someone so young. Thanks to his mom and dad, Isabelle and Edward, for allowing him to participate in the Dear Gratitude project!* I’m thankful for everything like my… Continue reading Day 6: Dear wonderful life
*Today's post was written by someone I love dearly who prefers to remain anonymous. She is the person who helped me kick the habit of an ungrateful attitude and instilled in me the importance of choosing gratitude daily.* By focusing on and compiling a list of the things that you are grateful for in your… Continue reading Gratitude–the little things DO count!