Lately it seems I’ve been just holding up, barely hanging on, trudging along, name your cliche. It’s easy to get bogged down in the day to day survival and forget to be thankful. I’ve been thankful for certain moments, acts of kindness. I’ve been sporadically thankful, not deliberately thankful.
Colossians 2:7 tells us to be abounding in thanksgiving. Abounding, like the bounty of the harvest, overflowing.
So this month I’m going to try to be deliberately and abundantly thankful, and blog it.
Today, I’m thankful my little October Blaze Maples that adds autumn color to our neighborhood. When we moved here almost 3 years ago, the tree in our front yard was dead. (Well, we didn’t know that til the spring.) So last year, we replaced it with two trees. By then, we knew that almost all the trees on our block turned a vibrant . . Getting really aroused can, purchase viagra in canada in turn, also prevent you from achieving an erection for intercourse. viagra from india online Do not let impotency affect your health. Regular intake of these herbal pills two times with milk or water for 4 to 6 months. viagra no prescription Sex, of course, varies & uk generic viagra the exhilaration & stress may well pump out additional adrenaline. . brown. There are a couple that have yellow leaves, and the maples next door, which are orangy-red. Coming from the beautiful autumns of Virginia, I needed more color. So we got two scrawny “October Blaze” maples. This year, they have some beautiful color. I can’t wait til they’re big enough to carpet the lawn with their leaves. But I’m guessing MTG can.