I am married to Mr. Wonderful! Every day I am grateful that he is in my life. Not every husband is perfect. Mine is closer to perfection than anyone else’s. Still on our honeymoon? Well, yes. Quite frankly we are. We’ve only been married a scant eighteen years. It will be nineteen years this summer.
Everyday that I can get out of bed by myself is a good day. Lord, help me remember to be thankful for that much.
Everyday that I have enough to eat is a good day. Lord, help me remember to be grateful for that much–and not overdo it.
Everyday that someone needs me to do anything is a good day. Not being needed would be a sad place to be. Help me remember to be grateful that I can help other people. Help me to be willing to help others.
Help me remember where I once was. Lord, it has been a very long time since I’ve taken time and remembered what all you’ve brought me through.
Thank you, Father!
This week’s words are chivying, circumspect, convivial, curmudgeon
- Chivy: to tell someone repeatedly to do something. (Go clean your room.)
- Circumspect: careful, guarded, unwilling to take risks
- Convivial: usually refers to an event or an atmosphere rarely used to describe people, but it means friendly, lively, joyful
- Curmudgeon: not convivial at all! bad tempered, cranky, surly
- Debauch: to destroy innocence or purity. Debauchery is corrupting or ruining.
Enjoy your words. I hope you’re finding them useful!