Slipper socks. That was one of my very first entries.
Several years ago, I started a list of things I’m thankful for. I’d read other bloggers talk of their lists of One Thousand Gifts, as author Ann Voskamp wrote about, but I hadn’t yet read the book, and I wasn’t quite catching on to the concept.
And then I read of a small and inconsequential item on someone’s list. I can’t even remember what it was right now, but it made me realize that it’s not just the big, obvious blessings God wants us to thank Him for. He wants us to be thankful for the little things that make us comfortable too.
Like soft, comfy slipper socks.
That’s when I started making my list, in a brand new journal given to me by my daughter.
Over the years, I haven’t been as faithful to counting my blessings as I should. I got away from it for a while and there’s a wide gap between 2012 and 2013. Between counting, not counting, and counting again, there are a few things I’ve learned.
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