Everyday Thanksgiving

Forgive me for neglecting my blog for the past month and a half. I was busy creating an Advent devotional with ADULT COLORING PICTURES. It will be available soon on Amazon. I’ll let you know when the date arrives. Here are a few sample pages.

Now back to my regularly scheduled blog.

Since I missed an entire month of blogs, I decided to do an acronym using the word Thanksgiving and post every day from now until Thanksgiving Day. Each day I’ll post something I’m thankful for that begins with the appropriate letter. It’d be fun to see what you’re thankful each day too, so let a comment.

Apple of God's Eye finished 4 WEBT is for trees. Without trees, birds, squirrels, and lots of other animals wouldn’t have homes. Come to think of it, many of us wouldn’t either. We wouldn’t have paper to write and draw on. That would make me very sad. We’d have to do without luscious fruits such as cherries, apples, peaches, and plums and all the wonderful desserts we make with them. I wouldn’t have me desk or firewood or frames for my paintings. My husband’s job (he makes cabinets) would look very different.

But mostly, I’m thankful for trees because Jesus hung on a cross made from a rough cut tree so that I could have eternal life.

Yes, I’m very thankful for trees.

And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food (Genesis 2:9).

How about you? What are you thankful for that begins with the letter T?

Be Thankful!

See you  in a twinkling,

Brenda K. Hendricks


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