Ah, November is finally here!
I'm not a big fan of the end of October, so I am always happy to see November arrive and the focus shift to the happy things of fall.
This year, in preparation for Thanksgiving, I want to help my children really think about the things for which they are thankful. In other words, I don't want them just to say the same things we talk about every year, I want them to dig deeper and see if they can expand their lists.
So, with that goal in mind, my plan is to read a different passage or passages from Psalms every day and then have the children write down something they are thankful for on a slip of paper. We are going to collect the slips in a jar and then read them later this month. Ideally, we would read them Thanksgiving Day, but I don't think that will work this year, so we'll just have to find another time.
Of course, the goal is to remind the kids ~ and myself ~ that we need to always be thankful for the abundant blessings God has showered on our family. Ronnie and I try to live this out before them all year long, but I think we all need a solid, tangible reminder every once in a while.
I'd like to tell you that I'll blog something I am thankful for every day this month, but we all know that isn't going to happen. Just know that I am adding my list to the kids' list and maybe I'll share some of the things from each of us later this month.
Happy Fall, Y'all!
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