It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Sunday, November 01, 2020

Chapter 11, Page 1,, Book 20

Ah, Sunday, the day of rest…now that’s something to be thankful for!

Aaron P Taylor

Novwmber 1st - Thankful Sunday

Let this Sunday be a day to reflect,
A day of respect
For all you have been blessed.
Let your joy be expressed.

Catherine Pulsifer 

I am thankful for the every day people that have responded to this pandaminic; the health care workers who have tirelessly treated the sick and dying. the volunteers who have stepped up to feed the hungry, clothe the poor and house the homless, our ministers and chaplains that provide spiritual care for the sixk and lonely.and the friends , relatives, and neighbors who sustain us in our time of quarantine and isolation.  May God bless them and keep them their labors now and always.

And I’m very thankful that my family an I,  all made it through another week with no health issues and some good times to cheer us. 

Starting your day in gratitude will give you the right attitude for the res of your day.

Author Unknown


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

For me, the whole month of November will be giving thanks. Each day I'l; be posting about something new to give hanks for. I hope you'll join me in making this a Thankful November ..

Buttercup said...

Thankful for my blog friends! I'm also thankful for good weather that makes it possible to be outdoors and enjoy New York City. Numbers are staying low in Manhattan and so thankful!

Martha said...

I am thankful for all the things you mentioned too!

Mevely317 said...

Amen! Tho' the media might say otherwise, I think the Covid scare is bringing out the BEST in many everyday folks.

betty said...

I don't know how I missed this yesterday, Ma, but I'm thankful for the healthcare workers too and first responders and police/firemen.