Wednesday, March 14, 2012

thankful thursday {link up}

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This Thursday I am thankful for...

1) Organization. Like...real.deal.organization... with pretty containers and lots & lots of labels. I recently organized our food storage area... it was a major undertaking. We basically went from absolutely no pantry what-so-ever, to a beautiful shelf system for all of our everyday food items. I couldn't be more pleased with how it turned out. Want to see more?? You can see all of the details in my guest post over at Bird & Branch Redesign! (Yes, that was a shameless plug:)


2) Final payments. I'm pretty sure this has been on my Thankful Thursday list before... but paying off debt is ALWAYS exciting. Especially when it's that last and final payment on a credit card. We were able to pay off a card this week with the hard-earned money we made from Ebay recently!! Such.a.good.feeling. Now... let's see... what else can we sell...


3) Redemption. {image} Lance and I are participating in Redemption Groups again this weekend. Confused about what Redemption Group is? You can read about my first experience here. This time, Lance and I are going though as apprentices... as we continue to learn how to better care and counsel others in the gospel. It is such a powerful weekend and I am excited to see how the Lord works both in and through His children. If you have a moment, please say a prayer for us this weekend... please pray that this would be a very freeing weekend for all involved... that God would gently break down walls and barriers, some of which have been up for a very long time.


I always love reading all of the Thankful Thursday link-ups each week... and last week there were several good ones... But there seemed to be a "health" theme going on last week. Jennifer, from Too Goodin to be True, was asking for prayer for her grandmother's health. Her grandmother is also her shopping buddy, which I love. Candice, from Where Nothing Good Comes Easy, has a little one that has been under the weather lately, but J is getting healthier by the day! And then Sarah, over from The Fontenot Four, had the sweetest post about her daughter Peyton and her health. It really put things in perspective for me. While we might not always see the "good" in things initially, there is always something to be grateful for.

What are you thankful for this week? Grab the Thankful Thursday button from the right sidebar and link up your own post below. Be sure to visit the other Thankful Thursday participants and share the love!!

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11 comments:

Rhianna said...

what wonderful things to be thankful for. Stopping by from Kate Says Stuff

Cami said...

I love your little "shout out" at the bottom :)
YAY final payments!! Woohoo
Organization makes life easier :D
Oh and Redemption...love it...God has been so amazing to us <3

Happy TT!!!

Angie said...

All wonderful things to be thankful for!

Kate said...

Oh HOW I love organisation. Especially the pretty kind. Love love love.

Jessamie Vincent said...

Thanks for letting me me show off your bad-to-the-bone organizing skills! You can guest post anytime!
OH and we just paid off a pretty hefty bill 2 days ago and YAY!

Maria H said...

Congrats on that final payment! Man I wish I could do that! I have a few bills I'd like to get ride of. :)

Clancy said...

What a great thankful post! Gotta love organisation, especially not just with "labels", but PRETTY labels at that :-)

Danielle said...

Love the organization post! I just love how neat and tidy things look once they're in their place.

Congrats on the final payment! Don't you just want to shout it from the rooftop?!

Lani @ Its My Life said...

organization is a good thing to be thankful for! i would be a mess without it!

MellieButterfly said...

yay for the pantry! looks great. and since i now know your secret about ramen noodles, i shall share a tip with you about one of the best comfort foods ever. mix ramen noodles with leftover mashed potatoes. and walla. therapy in a bowl. <3 shhh...don't tell anyone...

MarieElizabeth said...

Really good pantry project, gave me some ideas...