It can much too easy to get in the habit of remembering what went wrong. Instead, why not make the choice to focus on the blessings of the week? And then always remember to ...give thanks.
Sometimes it's good to look at life from the eyes of a child. They do have a unique perspective. And I tend to smile more and more ...
#316 The simplicity of a popsicle changing shape
#317 Watching the children delight in painting with their popsicle
#318 Holding Anika's hair bows as I help take her sweater off over her head and then she always asks me to help put her bows back in her hair
#319 Observing the children learn the letter "M" and recognize it in words and sounds
#320 Seeing a child learn to write their complete name
#321 The smile of a child when they get a sticker for good manners
#322 The cutest expression on the face of my cousin's son during a haircut
#323 Noticing the family resemblance in Jake
I love looking at the world through the eyes of children. What a blessing it is!
Are you counting your everyday blessings? I'm linking up with Ann of A Holy Experience.
Blessings and love,