Monday, 12 March 2012

Grace Notes - Counting the Gifts 736-749

To often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring . . . all of which have the potential to turn a life around.
~ Leo Buscaglia

Counting on to 1000 gifts . . .

736.  Stirred up emotions have settled down
737.  Joy blooming
738.  A light-box . . . home-made photography aid from online tutorial . . . helps to take lovely "natural" light photos like this delightful bundle of lavender
739.  Friends who use their God-given talents
740.  A much enjoyed theatrical production
741.  Helping my dad with internet stuff
742.  Grace and peace and provision while locked out of the house for 5 hours
743.  The privilege of volunteering at Canadian National Boccia Competition . . . so many broken bodies but bright smiles and warm hearts
744.  My fellow volunteers who gave their time and energy to make the event run smoothly
745.  The dedication and hard work displayed by the parents and caregivers of the disabled athletes
746.  A glorious sunset
747.  Sleeping in after three early mornings
748.  Finding my rhythm again

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  1. Your joy box is .... joyous! Our snow still sits deep! Will check out the light box tutorial! I am glad you have found your rhythm again dear friend!

  2. Dear Andrea Dawn,

    There is so very much here. I see your artistry, your love of nature and new beginnings, your answer to the call to serve and your heart in the serving. You most certainly are regaining the speed of your rhythm, you never lost it.



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