Don't let the difficulties of the present moments overshadow the reality of God's promises. God's promises still stand. And God's promises are stronger than our failures.

Monday, October 17, 2011

One Thousand Blessings - Day 27

881.  Autumn leaves
882.  Pumpkins
883.  Fire Fighters, paid and volunteers
884.  Slow rains that last all day
885.  Mums in bright, vivid colors
886.  Cool nights and warm days
887.  Friends who know me and love me anyway
888.  Honeycrisp apples
889.  Teenagers in tutus and striped leggings
890.  Cake donuts
891.  Lawns covered with falling leaves
892.  Night sounds
893.  Fresh basil
894.  Church bells
895.  A newly washed car
896.  Puffs Plus with Lotion
897.  Flannel pajamas
898.  Apple Fritters
899.  The Rocky Mountains
890.  Aspens when their leaves change colors
891.  Seeing a bear when in the wild
892.  Hummingbirds on my deck
893.  Phone calls from my children
894.  Watching a granddaughter run a cross country race
895.  Glow in the dark fabric
896.  Sharing an ordinary supper with my husband
897.  Finding a great new website
898.  High school reunions
899.  Little boys with dirty faces
900.  Facetime
901.  Fresh country eggs
902.  Bassett hounds
903.  Quilt shows
904.  New Bibles
905.  Good praise music
906.  Shawls
907.  Halloween decorations
908.  Good face cream
909.  Corn on the cob
910.  Full moons that are gold when they first come up


Vroomans' Quilts said...

Another wonderful list - each with a special time to think and ponder on its special meaning.

Lea and her Mustangs said...

We are getting closer. Ihave a group ready to load soon. I think that will leave me 50. Love your blog. But I have told you before. We have had such a trying week I need to read encouraging blogs. Thanks.

Carrie P. said...

My husband has discovered the honey crisp apples. My favorite are gala.
I love to see the lawn with the leaves on it.
Lots to be thankful for.

Michelle said...

Oh, yeah!

Megan said...

All such great reminders - especially night sounds, I love those!

Lee said...

Dear Marlene,

I just had to pop in to say hi! I found your blog after a series of links, ending up with your tutorial for the 10 minute table runner. The name of your blog gave me a smile. My blog is named Lake Stitcher, so of course your name caught my eye. I'm an avid counted thread needleworker (aka: cross stitcher) and I live on a small lake in SW PA.

So anyway, I enjoyed the tutorial and thought I'd pop over and say hello.


FabricFascination said...

Wow, you are getting really close to the 1000 mark. I chuckled in agreement at Puffs Plus and Facetime.

Gmama Jane said...

An ordinary supper with my husband and Honeycrisp apples. My daughter told me about these apples and I've not tried them but will this week! I love your blessings...I'm always encouraged. What was the inspiration for this project?