I’m jumping on the “thankful posts” bandwagon for the month of November. Today, the kids and I helped serve lunch at a homeless shelter.  We all enjoyed talking with the clients and spending time with the other homeschooling families serving.

I’m thankful to have the opportunity to help others in need.  I’m thankful I can teach my kids to do likewise, and that those running the shelter were so open and encouraging of young children helping.  I am thankful that there is such a wonderful place to serve those in need, though it’s heartbreaking that the need exists and is so great.  The gentleman in charge also sent all the kids home with surplus Halloween cupcakes donated by a local grocery store, and they were really thankful for that.
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I’ve noticed that when I have a thankful heart, it drives me to prayer and service.  I probably should actively pursue such a spirit more than just one month out of the year.  What are you thankful for?  How does pursuing thankfulness affect your life?

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