I’m thankful that my oldest nephew is graduating from high school next week. And also that he will be going to college in the Fall. I’m so proud of him.
I’m thankful that we just happened to see a Super Mario Chess game at Target this week. My son loves all things Mario so he really wanted to buy the Super Mario Chess game. He cashed in all the coins from his piggie bank so he would have enough money to buy it himself. Now he is learning how to play chess and trying to teach me how to play too.
I’m thankful that my husband now has someone to play chess with. Because I never really had a desire to learn how to play. Even though, I’m trying to learn know so I can play with my son. 🙂
I’m thankful for Joyce Meyer podcasts. She has some of the best podcasts about stress, happiness, the Holy Spirit, and more. I love her tell it like it is style.
I’m also thankful for Tia Mowry’s Mostly Mom podcast. I love to listen to podcasts when I’m cooking and this one is a great one for moms.
I’m thankful that my mom and I finally finished sewing the matching father and son shirts that my son wants to wear on Father’s Day. My mom is the best! I would mess up while sewing and she would take it apart and then sew it together the right way. Thanks to her the shirts came out looking great. I’ll try to write a blog post about my experience of sewing from a pattern for the first time soon.
I’m thankful that I had a great Mother’s Day on last Sunday. My son made breakfast for me and gave me my gifts. We went to church with my Grandmother and spent time with family afterward.
I’m thankful that it’s the weekend and that I don’t have any plans.
I’m thankful that I finally saw the movie War Room. It was a really great movie about the power of prayer. Now I want to see all of the over films by the Kendrick Brothers.
I’m thankful that I sewed my first dress for my daughter and it turned out great.
I’m thankful for days that all full of sunshine. I’ve been trying to get outside more and soak in some natural Vitamin D. I must say it feels good to get outside and feel the sun shining on my skin.