I am grateful

This is it.

With this post, I have written something every day for the last month.

I am grateful to WordPress Discover for these prompts, which is great because today’s WordPress Discover prompt is “grateful.”

Sometimes, things just work out well.

This exercise started off as a challenge to myself, to see if I could post something every day on this dormant blog.

I’m grateful for all the support I’ve received throughout this month.

I am grateful for a lot. I don’t always express my gratitude enough so I’ll try to express some more of it here.

This is far from a comprehensive gratitude list, but here are a few of the blessings I’ll count.

I am grateful for Jesus.

I am grateful for life.

I’m grateful for family and friends.

I’m grateful for health and the ability to walk.

I’m grateful for books and the ability to read.

I’m grateful for a job, a home and food.

I’m grateful for all the people who’ve kept us alive and able to function in this unprecedented time.

I’m grateful I’ve gotten to see a lot of America (and a little bit of Canada) in the last few years.

I’m grateful for a lot of other things, such as a bed to crawl into when it’s time to call it a night.

I think I’ll call this challenge done.

One thought on “I am grateful”

  1. Casey: I have enjoyed your posts. Though I did not respond to each one, I read them all. I Am Grateful is indeed a fitting way to close out. I don’t have time to list all the things I am grateful for. My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and Family head the list. I will leave it there. Thanks for your Posts.

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