Thirty Days of Thanks: Day 30 – We’re Not Done Yet!

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Today is day THIRTY of the Thirty Days of Thanks! 

I hope you have joined me in this challenge over the last thirty days and that your days are more joyful, free, and satisfying because of it.

But we’re not done yet!

“. . the practice is intended to be a way of cultivating a habit, of learning to live praise, to make gratitude and joy your default, to move thanksgiving away from a holiday to a lifestyle-–that all the days might be holy and set apart for real joy.”
~Ann Voskamp, One Thousand Gifts Devotional

Has giving thanks affected your life? I’d love to hear how!

And I’d like to send one of you this book (I wish I could send one to all of you)!

There are sixty inspiring entries by New York Times bestselling author Ann Voskamp.
In the back of the book are numbered pages for you to begin your own list of 1000 gifts!

So please . . 

. . leave a comment below

. . post on the Winsome Woman Facebook Page 

or

. . send me an email at thewinsomewoman@gmail.com 

I will randomly select one person from the entries on Monday.

Let’s keep giving thanks right into the biggest day and reason for thanks-giving. 

The day we celebrate the greatest gift. 

The free gift of God.

Eternal life through Jesus Christ (Romans 6:23)

Giving thanks for . . 

1. a day of shopping in Olde Towne with Emy, Julie, & Margaret
2. Downton Abbey
3. cranberry cake
4. how patient and compassionate Em is with her brothers
5. reading Advent devotions with Sam
6. Alex Avellino’s awesome skills
7. lazy days
8. Christmas lights

9. “sisters”

10. cupcakes

12. Em teaching Sam to knit

13. Daniel in Assisi above the clouds

14. Josh’s selection 

15. my friend Julie

1 Comment

  1. Nana

    God changes things daily — God changes me daily — Writing down 1,000 things (on #958 today) for which I am thankful has TRANSFORMED MY LIFE in an amazing, life-giving way. Never ever imagined that this "writing down of gifts" means so much to my Lord. He is pleased!

    Just do it!

    Thank you, my beautiful daughter, for introducing me to your friend, Ann VosKamp.

    Love,
    Mom

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