Thursday, April 28, 2022

Thankful Thursday

 

Happy Thursday, friends! I'm linking up with Rebecca Jo for today's post. I know that I've said this before, but I love to take out some space in my journal to write out a list of good things from each week. There's nothing special about the journal or what I write—but in order to always be mindful of my perspective and what I focus on, I like to think on all that is good instead of all that was wrong. That being said, I'll jump right in with today's post!

I'm thankful for affirming women's events like we had Tuesday night at our church. We another Girlfriend's Café, which is when we meet for dinner, fellowship, games and then we hear encouraging testimonies. Almost 170 women came to this, and I know my friend Amy was encouraged to see so many attend. 

I'm so thankful for some time with my friend Donna, who came with me.


It was such a fun night! Honestly, all I could think about the whole time was how beautiful the family of  God is to me. I love seeing such a mix of women in life—younger, older, single, married, widow. You name it, they were there represented Tuesday night.

I'm keeping it short and sweet this week, friends. I'll include links to the three other posts I've published this week:

→Wednesday—click here.
→Tuesday—click here.
→Monday—click here.

It's been a good week for me. How has yours been? I'd love to hear from you! Thanks for reading my blog, friends. Love to all! 

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8 comments:

  1. These events are so important and I love that it was such good representation of women.

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  2. Look at your beautiful friend - Hi Donna!
    Love a good woman's event! - I love when it snot catered to one specific woman - like a mom of young kids - that irks me so bad at some events

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  3. I think so too, Marilyn! They're always edifying. I loved that too!

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  4. Isn't she pretty, Rebecca Jo? She's one of the sweetest people I've ever known. I just love her. I love that too and I agree. It's never okay to make something only be for one type of woman- married or married with kids. There are no types that are better than any other and our church pastors and staff try to make each sermon/event geared toward everyone in all walks of life.

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  5. That's amazing that the women's event had such a big turnout!

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  6. I like how you highlight your practice of being mindfully grateful. It is a great reminder to practice gratitude.

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  7. I think so too, Tanya! I was blown away. The only event that usually happens for is our annual Tablescapes that is at Christmas. I consider that a "fluffy" and fun event...this one had more meat to it!

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  8. Thanks, Maria! It's one of my favorite parts of each week.❤

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