Hello!!!  Happy Thursday to you!  I hope everyone is finding themselves enjoying this beautiful day.  I love FALL.  I have said it before and I will say it again, I LOVE FALL!!!  The weather here is still a bit warm in the afternoon, but oh!!!  the mornings are just perfect, cool and crisp.  Even the girls walk outside to go to school and say, "It's beautiful today or I like the cool air." 

While driving my 4 year old to preschool this morning she said something that I will make my theme for the day.  She was telling me about all the beautiful things she loves that God made (the trees, the sky, butterflies and bats).  Her exact words :-)  Then she said, "I am so thankful for that."  Ugh, my heart exploded at her words.  We should all think like a 4 year old.  I love her innocence.  So, today I am going to be aware of all the beauty around me and be thankful.

My wrist is hurting so I am keeping it short and sweet today.  Enjoy this day!

I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.  ~George Washington Carver

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